Motorola unveils Razr I based on Intel processor


Mobile phone manufacturing giant Motorola and Google has introduced its new smartphone Razr I This is the first major European handset to feature an Intel Processor. The company has claimed that the new 2.0 Ghz chips will allow battery life of up to 20 hours without charge despite the fact that the phone has a power consuming Super AMOLED 4.3 inch screen.

Motorola has also claimed that the Razr I’s battery is 40 percent more powerful than an iPhone 4S. Even the 8 mega pixel camera of the phone starts up in less than a second. Jim Wicks, the Motorola Senior Vice President said, “Together with Intel, we’re redefining what people can expect from a mobile device.”

Wicks added, “A camera that launches in an instant, Web pages that load blazingly fast and a device that’s the perfect balance of screen size and fit in hand.” Intel these days is booming in to the mobile computing market which is at present dominated by the chips based on the designs by the British firm ARM.

The smartphone was launched at a London press conference which repeatedly compared it to the iPhone 4S and the new iPhone 5. The executives have said that the new phone users 50 percent larger screen.

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