Sep 18 2012, 4:31am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
Intel wants so badly to break into the mobile device space. This year they try again and it looks like it could work this time around. Intel partnered with Motorola and they unveiled today the RAZR i in London.
The RAZR i is based on the RAZR M and runs on a 2GHz Intel CPU. Information is just coming in as the event has ended. We are awaiting the RAZR i press-release with all the details. Update: The RAZR i site has launched with all the details.
The RAZR i runs on a 2Ghz Intel Atom CPU offering 20 hour batter life. The highlight is the edge-to-edge 4.3-inch screen. Gorilla Glass and Kevlar fiber are used in the housing. The rear camera of the RAZR i has 8MP and the front camera offers 0.3MP. Of course the RAZR i runs Android 4.0.
More details on the RAZR i site . Watch also the cool video of the RAZR i below.
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