The smartphone is available for as low as 10 EUR on contract
Intel-based Motorola RAZR i has just been launched in France. The smartphone is now available in the country via major carrier SFR.As for the prices, Motorola reports that RAZR i can be purchased from SFR for as low as 9.90 EUR with Formule Carrée 6Go contract or Formule Carrée 4Go contract, and for 39.90 EUR with Formule Carrée 2Go contract.
Powered by a 2GHz Intel Atom processor, Motorola RAZR i is shipped with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system out of the box.
However, Motorola Mobility is expected to release an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade for the RAZR i, though the handset maker has yet to specify a timeline for the launch of the update.
Motorola RAZR i sports a more than decent 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced capacitive touchscreen display that spans from edge-to-edge with just a very thin bezel.
On the back, the smartphone boasts an enhanced 8-megapixel photo snapper with autofocus, LED flash and full HD (1080p) video recording, while in the front there’s a secondary VGA camera for video calls.
“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. RAZR i delivers just that when you put an Intel-fast processor in a beautifully designed phone and add in extra long battery life,” said Nadia Cappelaere, general manager, Motorola Mobility France SAS.
The smartphone also comes with Motorola’s exclusive Guide Me app, which is preloaded with interactive, swipe-by-swipe tutorials for a slew of features. With the interactive Circles Widget, users will be able to quickly access notifications, weather, time and more.
“Our goal is to provide new features that allows the best smartphone experience possible. The collaboration with Motorola comes to life today with the RAZR i smartphone which offers all the benefits of Intel architectures such as high performances and outstanding autonomy for all users,” concluded Stephane Negro, CEO of Intel France.