Submitted by MineshRai 962d ago | review

Review : Motorola RAZR i Smartphone

Mirolta : The new Morotola RAZR i represents a significant addition to the mid range smartphone market, and is recommended for anyone looking for a top phone around £320. The RAZR i benefits from its durability, lightness, and large screen as well as from its slick design, its camera options and its performance, representing one of the first phones in the UK to use a high powered Intel Chip.

The first thing you notice about the RAZR i is how large the screen is, with 4.3-inch wide dimensions made to seem even wider through an edge to edge design. The resolution quality of the screen is also excellent, and uses AMOLED with a 960x540p HD resolution. The phone is also designed for toughness with KEVLAR® fibre, as well as Corning Gorilla Glass being used for the screen. Splash guard also mean that the RAZR i can handle wet weather. While the SIM card can be a little tricky to get in and out of, the RAZR i’s design means that it’s tough, but also surprisingly light to carry around.... (Gadgets, Motorola, Phones, Smartphone) A+/A+

Vishaka  +   961d ago
price in India ???

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