Motorola RAZR i – Black
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Collaboration with Intel and Google makes the stunning Motorola Razr I more than just another Android smartphone 4.3 inches of gorgeous edge-to-edge, AMOLED HD screen means you can be absorbed into your media like never before on the Motorola Razr I. Constructed from high quality materials, it's as amazing to hold as it is to look at. It has an air-craft grade aluminium frame, tough Corning Gorilla Glass to protect the display from knocks and a splash-proof laye...More details
- SKU: 237284
- , EAN: 6947681515734
- , Mfr: SM3649AE7B1
- , Brand: Motorola
Motorola RAZR i Accessories and Cases
- Belkin Car Charger 1A, Black
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Motorola RAZR i Features
Collaboration with Intel and Google makes the stunning Motorola Razr I more than just another Android smartphone
4.3 inches of gorgeous edge-to-edge, AMOLED HD screen means you can be absorbed into your media like never before on the Motorola Razr I. Constructed from high quality materials, it's as amazing to hold as it is to look at. It has an air-craft grade aluminium frame, tough Corning Gorilla Glass to protect the display from knocks and a splash-proof layering. KEVLAR fibre lines the back of the handset making it incredibly strong but light (126g) and the 8.9mm thickness justifies the Razr name.
Intel power growls underneath the striking exterior. Despite it being a single core processor Intel has managed to defy possibilities by squeezing dual core power from its 2GHz chip. This breezes through the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system – Jelly Bean available in due course. In terms of connectivity and memory, the Razr I has 8GB of memory built in, this can be expanded though thanks to the 32GB memory card slot. NFC is built in too.
An excellent 8MP camera is found on the back which starts in 1 second with the dedicated button. It can take 10 shots in one second, shoot full HD video and take HDR (High Dynamic Range) pictures. There's a large 2,000 mAh battery, (40% better than the iPhone 4S), this means the Razr will last way beyond a day's use. Plus, intuitive SMARTACTIONS software prolongs battery life due to its smart power consumption.
Your Google favourites are on board so you have an enhanced smartphone experience. Always find the way with Maps and Navigation; this gives you turn by turn navigation. The Google Play store offers entertainment on the go, over 600,000 apps, millions of songs, books and thousands of movies all at your fingertips. Share your photos and connect with friends on Google+ or watch videos on YouTube. There's also Voice Actions which is great for driving.
Features you'll love:
- Stunning edge-to-edge display –4.3" HD screen
- High precision design and premium materials - Kevlar back, Corning Gorilla Glass, splash proof
- Speedy performance – Intel Inside chip (2GHz) power's Android Ice Cream Sandwich
- Google in your hand – Google Play, Maps & Navigation, Google+, YouTube, Voice Actions
- Long battery life – efficient power management, 2,000 mAh battery (iPhone 5 has a 1,440mAh battery)
- Excellent 8MP camera - shoots 10 shots in one second, full HD video, HDR images, LED flash plus 1 second start up time
Manufacturer's description:Motorola Razr i - The full screen phone.
Power, speed and an edge-to-edge screen, all designed to fit in your hand.
RAZR i is the impossibly compact smartphone with Intel Inside®, adding power to your camera, Google apps and more.
The world really can fit in the palm of your hand.
|System||Operating system||Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)|
|Processor||Clock speed||2 GHz|
|Memory||Mass storage||8 GB|
|Wireless||Wifi||IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n|
|Headset||Jack 3.5 mm|
|Camera||Sensor||8 MP, 3264 x 2448|
|Dimensions/Weight||Dimensions||122.5 x 60.9 x 8.3 mm|
- Shipping Weight: 0.50kg
- by John W D Pinkerton
- 09 April 2013
Motorola Razr i
A really excellent phone. Takes a wee bit of getting used to after a Blackberry. It would be useful if there was an obvious way to transfer one's contacts from Outlook. Battery life is excellent - even with Bluetooth switched on and the screen at full belt I get almost three days from a full charge. Many of the of the professional reviews that I read prior to purchase were very pickey and looked as if they were desperately trying to find faults, particularly with the design. As far as I am concerned it does everything it is supposed to do very well and very quickly.
- by JonWill
- 28 March 2013
At last - a phone that's a phone, not a tablet ...
Bored with the ever increasing size of Smartphones? Do you sometimes keep your phone in your pocket, and use it one handed? Are you frustrated that smaller phones are not "premium", and are often made from cheap plastic with second rate components (Samsung Galaxy SIII mini I’m thinking of you)? Then this phone is for you ... The Motorola RAZRi is perfectly proportioned – the size a phone should be. Its metal/Kevlar construction feels high quality (it is even splashproof) and its battery lasts for a couple of days. The processor is very fast, and the Motorola skin to Android actually enhances it (I particularly like the home screen circles), and the screen itself is vibrant, and HD enough for anybody. It has even survived extensive use by a 2 year old. Reviews have stated that the Intel processor means that some apps do not work with the phone – I have yet to find one that doesn’t. The only possible criticisms I have are that the case- not the screen- can scratch (paint coming off the metal) and around set-up- - having another (Motorola) username to remember to set up the UI is a pain – but you should only need to go through this once! All in all if you like your phones to be phones (portable things that you carry around with you, that don’t necessarily need charging every night) and your tablets to be tablets (big chunky things that require fork lifts to carry the around) this is the perfect phone – I haven't found anything on the market to touch it!
- by Speid
- 27 March 2013
Exceeded high expectations, continues to impress..
Awright, so I'm not the most organised of people so I'm just going to touch on points as they come to me. Pre-purchase: had been looking at Android devices for about 6 months and finally settled on the RAZR i as a nicely-priced phone with good specs and reviews. First and foremost, feeling. This thing feels SOLID. I thought the Kevlar backing was just a marketing buzzword, but I'm actually pretty impressed with this thing. It's got a nice weight to it, nothing feels flimsy or delicate, as a phone it just feels nice to hold and use. It feels like it could survive a few knocks and drops, but then again I'm not exactly itching to test that hypothesis, so I can't be sure. Looks and function? It looks solid too. Industrial design all up in this, ye gods, it's even got screws down the sides. Aforementioned Kevlar looks cool, though what other purpose it serves I know not. Buttons, everything works fine. I saw a few reviewers take issue with the incongruent design of the Lock and Camera buttons, but if you use the thing for more than 5 minutes you'll realise it makes sense. The Lock button is designed for easy and regular use, so it's open. The Camera button is slightly recessed in the frame so you don't accidentally snap the inside of your pocket. Duh? Some didn't seem to get it. Getting an SD Card or MicroSIM in the thing can be a little stressful, but there is a tool provided for it that makes it somewhat easier. Some reviewers said it took 5 minutes of struggling, but I'm talking more 30 seconds even without said tool. Perhaps they have huge hands? Software wise, it's pretty vanilla. The added quick settings menu to the left of the home screens is nice, and the Circles widget also. The recent Jelly Bean update brought with it a host of improvements and tweaks, and it runs everything I throw at it without so much as a hiccup. I have no complaints here, everything is fine as could be. Some misc points: Ye gods, the battery life on this thing is downright preposterous. Day and a half of mid to heavy use? 27%. I'm serious, I'm constantly surprised by how much juice this thing can squeeze out. Also, probably more of a software thing, but the battery meter is accurate and doesn't decrease exponentially once it drops below 30%. You've got the same time from 100 to 80 as from 20 to 0, which is refreshing to say the least. Best thing about this device for sure. Some reviewers mentioned audio quality issues arising through rigorous impedance and frequency response testing, but I'll be honest, everything sounds just fine to me. I mean, I'm no musician or audiophile, but I do listen to plenty of music and it doesn't sound perceptibly worse on this than anywhere else. It's no DAC setup, but it's a phone. You can't expect amazingly mind blowing audio quality from a device that does a bazillion other things in your daily life. It sounds fine. Not bad, not amazing, just fine, and that's good enough for me All in all I would recommend this very highly as a mid-end Android device. I have absolutely no complaints, and it does everything I want and more. Brilliant for the price, and I can easily say it was worth every penny and the best purchase I've made in a long time. CUTTING EDGE tech at a CUT DOWN price, without CUTTING any features. (D'you get it I'm making a RAZR joke hahaha) -D
by ringnes on 15 December 2012 at 19:17