Intel hasn’t been able to make a foray into smart phones where ARM has a stronghold which is comparable to what Intel holds in desktops. although there have been a few devices sporting Intel’s smartphone atom processor but none have made a mark. But that’s about to change now with the RAZR i. Motorola has shown faith in chipzilla’s latest attempt with a 2GHz single core Medfield Atom Z2480 processor in the new RAZR. Details after the break.
Other features of the device include a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED edge-to-edge display enveloped in corning gorilla glass, 2000 mAh battery, Motorola’s new circle-UI and the now pretty standard Kevlar trim at the back.
Pricing has yet to be revealed as well as real wold performance if the new chip from Intel. The RAZR i is expected to arrive in the UK, France, Germany, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico in October. There’s no word whether it will ever find its way to American shores but if any Intel offering ever had a chance to bite into ARM’s share stateside, it would be this.