Motorola RAZR i

  • Motorola RAZR i
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  • Great size.
  • Lightweight.
  • Big, vibrant screen.


  • Low pixel density.
  • Weak vibration.

Expert reviews and ratings

By on 85

The Motorola Razr i has a manageable 4.3 inch screen, as with other similarly priced smartphones in its range such as the HTC One S and Huawei Ascend P1. Although the device feels a bit small when handled-perhaps because I'm more familiar with larger...

By on 60

There's decent camera and call quality, plus a good battery performance. Video and audio aren't up to the standards of the best, though. Despite a clean interface and fast browsing, we just can't get particularly excited about the Razr i. See all our...

By ePHOTOzine on 60

The Motorola RAZR i is generally a good mid-range smart phone. The camera and video functions, whilst basic, give good quality images aimed at the opportunistic holiday snappers, and the built-in photo editor gives the user a good set of editing tools...

By Tracy and Matt's Blog on

First released in 2012, the Motorola RAZR i is an Android smartphone that represents an excellent deal for the mid range mobile market – powered by a 2 GHz Intel processor, the RAZR i has recently been updated to include Androids Jelly Bean OS, with the...

By TechRadar AU on 80

Buying Guide Best Android phone Motorola's done a good job with the Razr i. It's taken a line that refuses to die quietly, injected it with a little bit of pizzaz and thrown it right out there for all and sundry. Is it revolutionary? No. Not in the way...

By FoneArena on

Motorola is keen to make the once-proud RAZR brand a force to be reckoned with, and the RAZR i is certainly a step in the right direction. The Intel tech which powers this device shows serious promise, and the mid-range price should help it gain a...

By on 80

Motorola's RAZR i brings with it two new features of note. One is Intel's new mobile processor, first seen on the somewhat obscure Orange San Diego, and now appearing in a mainstream device for the first time; the other a near edge-to-edge display. Both...

By Computeractive on

The Motorola Razr i is only the second Android smartphone to have an Intel processor – the first was the Orange San Diego. Most high-end Android smartphones use quad-core ARM processors, but the 2GHz Atom single core processor is just as fast, if not...

By GadgetSpeak on 80

A new Smartphone seems to arrive often, a new Apple offering has people queuing round the block, a new Android offering less so, but you can do more of what you want, a new Android smartphone with an Intel...

By DigitalVersus on 80

A good, well-balanced smartphone on the whole, the RAZR i's standout features are battery life and camera settings. Unfortunately, it could run a tad more smoothly when navigating through menus and the screen quality is definitely behind the...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

The Motorola RAZR i is an intriguing beast. It straddles the line between being a high-end and a mid-range phone with top-end features such as its edge-to-edge screen and fast Intel processor coming into contrast with its modest screen resolution and...

By GadgetSpeak on 92

Following my favourite breakfast of bacon baps, I was introduced to a new handset that has become my mobile device of...

By Wired UK on 80

For what's essentially a midrange Android, the RAZR i manages to pack in a lot for the price. The screen is beautiful and the performance is reassuringly speedy. Add to that a pretty good 8 megapixel camera and better than average battery life, and...

By Tech Digest on 80

Name: Type: Specifications: Price as reviewed: Motorola's RAZR i sure knows how to catch your attention. Not only is it Moto's first roll of the Intel-powered dice, but the design houses a host of headline-bothering features that would make even the...

By on

To be honest when Motorola first announced they were going to launch a new handset we were instantly drawn to thoughts of a Quad-based power house to take on the might of the Samsung Galaxy S III or the HTC One X .But it was not entirely the outcome we...

By CoolSmartphone on

So, we took a look at the Motorola RAZR i a couple of weeks ago but I wanted to take another look. First impressions, I have to say, are rather good. I instantly thought the battery wasn’t in the phone when I took it out of the box. But it was in...

By 3G UK on 90

This is one of the best Motorola smartphones we’ve seen. It combines a stylish design with a sharp wide display and Intel power. It’s simple to use and should suit web browsers, media fans and gamers – plus it has great battery life. The snapper is...

By Phone Arena on 80

For users who demand the pure Google experience and timely software updates, there's the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which isn't as pocket-friendly, but comes with a bigger HD display. For the same amount of cash one can also purchase the Sony Xperia SL, which is equipped with an HD screen of 4.3 inches and a very capable 12MP camera.

By GSMArena on 80

So, the Motorola RAZR i is a bit overpriced at this point, but that's usually the case with smartphones that have only just arrived to the market. It might make sense to just wait a few weeks for its price to settle down or to shop around for carrier contracts.

By The Inquirer on 80

THE MOTOROLA RAZR I is the second Intel powered smartphone to tip up in the UK, following in the footsteps of the Orange San Diego that arrived back in...