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Motorola Razr i Set to be Superfast with 2Ghz Single-Core Processor

For those planning to indulge in a new smartphone, must look around as the choice have just gone aplenty. This year is marked to be the year of new launches and latest devices. The latest to join the competition and plunge into the market is Motorola Razr i.

Early this month, Motorola Mobility, now owned by Google Inc took the covers off three new versions of its Razr brand and just last week the firm unveiled its fourth Razr model at an event in London.

The latest in the line is the Motorola Razr i, which is marked to be super fast due to the 2Ghz single-core Intel processor. This sleek and stylish phone will have edge-to-edge screen and long battery life to give users an enhanced experience. Now watching videos and playing games will add fun due to the bigger screen.

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The Motorola Razr i sports a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced edge-to-edge display and has a clear display of 960×540 pixel resolution. This lightweight phone is 8.3mm in thickness and weighs 126grams. Powered by a 2000mAh battery, the Razr i will give users a usage time of around 20 hours. With a cool and stylish look, the Razr i has a Kevlar back with a frame made of aluminum.

The device is also aiming for a smart camera mode with an 8MP camera, which is designed to take 10 shots per second and just a second to start up. Quite quick! With the Razr i, users also get 1080p HD video recording mode.

With no date announced for a US release, the Motorola Razr i will hit the shelves in Britain, France, Germany, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico this October.

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Intel and Motorola joined hands in January as both the brands hope to penetrate fully into the successful and rapidly growing mobile market. With a processor of its own, Intel hopes to take a lead with its rival chipmaker ARM, whose technology is used in most of the chipsets in the mobile devices available.

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