The new Motorola RAZR lineup incldes three new smartphones, announced earlier this year. Amond them is a surprise adition, an Intel powered handset, the first to come from a very large device manufacturer. The RAZR i is powered by Intel’s Atop CPU that a few years back could only be implemented in laptops.



The ultra-low voltage CPU found in the Motorola RAZR i MT788 variant for China Mobile is clocked at 2 Ghz. It has most of the features the International version, the XT890 offers. There is the Intel Atom Z2460 CPU that will have to push the Gorilla Glass protected 4.3-inch 960 x 540 pixels resolution AMOLED display.

The device brings an 8 MP camera on the back, a microSD card slot for expansion, with capacities running up to 32GB and the usual connectivity features, including WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. It looks identical to the MSM8625-powered dual-SIM XT788 on China Telecom and offers a smaller capacity battery of 1,735 mAh, as opposed to 2,000 mAh in the International variant. There is also just 4 GB of internal storage, providing the XT890 has 16 GB on offer. It will be available in China starting in mid-December.

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