Motorola Mobility introduced the new Razr i smartphone at an event in London on September 18th.
The mobile phone was originally unveiled in the US where it was dubbed the Razr M but the manufacturer has confirmed that the handset will be sold in the UK under the Razr i name.
This version of the device is powered by a new single-core 2GHz Intel chip as a result of collaboration between Motorola Mobility and Intel Corporation.
Erik Reid, general manager of the Intel Mobile and Communications Group, said: “We’re thrilled to be working with Motorola to bring this edge-to-edge experience enhanced with Intel Inside to people around the world.”
The mobile phone is described as ‘edge-less’ as the border has been minimised to allow a 4.3-inch screen to fit onto a device which can be held comfortably in the hand.
Since Google acquired the manufacturer earlier this year, the Razr i is powered by the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. Customers will be able to update to the latest Jelly Bean software.
Posted by Samantha Green