It’s the first smartphone with Intel Inside processor
Motorola Mobility Argentina has just announced the immediate availability of the RAZR i, the first smartphone to feature the Intel Inside processor launched in Argentina.The smartphone is now available in the country through the main operators. The US-based handset maker recommends potential customers to contact their service providers for more details on prices and plans.
Motorola RAZR i is the first Intel-based smartphone officially released in Argentina. The device comes equipped with a 2 GHz Intel Atom single-core processor, which is complemented by a PowerVR SGX540 graphics processing unit and 1GB of RAM.
The smartphone is powered by Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system out of the box, but Motorola has already confirmed a Jelly Bean upgrade will be available for RAZR i in the following weeks, so stay tuned for more updates on this one.
“With the launch of Motorola RAZR i, the first Intel-fast smartphone in Latin America, we’re bring another outstanding smartphone experience to people in Argentina. It brings you an instant launch camera that takes 10 pictures in less than a second and Web pages that load blazingly fast on a device that’s the perfect balance of screen size that fits in the palm of your hand,” said German Greco, product marketing director, Motorola Mobility.
Another strong point of the phone is the 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED Advanced capacitive touchscreen display that supports 540 x 960 pixels resolution and that features Corning Gorilla Glass coating.
There’s also an enhanced 8-megapixel shutter on the back, which features LED flash, autofocus and full HD (1080p) video recording, while in the front there’s a secondary VGA camera for video calls.
“The innovation in this Intel Atom processor ensures all the features that people want in a smartphone: is fast, has low battery consumption and high performance in the execution of applications. It can also power a fast camera that does not miss any important moments in your life,” said Esteban Galuzzi, president of Intel for Argentina.