xsymbian, 18 Sep 2012I dont think this phone is worth buying. No 4G LTE, No HD screen and lower performance compare... moreNothing this far indicates this will be weaker than dualcore krait, in fact it's quite opposite. It's "faster then leading dualcores". Keep in mind this is supposed to be the equivalent of the RAZR M, and it has dualcore krait in the US due to their network's compatibility. Just like the US version of S3 og One X uses dualcore krait.
No 4G, ok, but still almost no 4G support anywhere in Europe. 4G will take at least a few more years to be widespread enough for it to matter, and by then everyone has new phones again. Also, keep in mind its price range - upper mid range, 345 punds - defintely best buy in it's class.
For those who desire more, as mentined by you, wait for the RAZR HD :)
GSMArena, you all of sites should know this is not really a 2 Ghz phone, but a 1.3 Ghz phones, that CAN be turbo-boosted to 2 Ghz in very few occassions. But most of the time it will run at 1.3 Ghz, especially if you use it for more than 10 minutes, when the phones gets warm.
Intel is just being misleading with its marketing about a "2 Ghz phone".
like it or not atom is still ages away from ARM. so this processor being a world beater? not likely sorry. sad but true.
man the price in brazil will be at least 600 euros. everything here costs 5 times more than in the rest of the world...
I dont think this phone is worth buying. No 4G LTE, No HD screen and lower performance compared to Qualcomm Krait CPUs. Id definitely wait for RAZR HD because its a better phone. Cheers
Can we run native Linux - Debian, Ubuntu on this Intel based processor?
pmyt75, 18 Sep 2012Now these are NEWS guys, Intel officially joins the mobile-tablet race. Dear GSMArena benchmar... morewell intel cpu phones has been around for a year maybe now, with the lenovo phones, but they haven't been heard or popular in north america
"The RAZR i has 40% more screen per square inch than the iPhone 4S, and 15% more than the iPhone 5."
How the hell is this possible with a qHD 4.3" screen???
This phone can't compete. Very poor benchmarks.
djst, 18 Sep 2012To pmyt75: Nothing special, they just shouted hard. http://www.gsmarena.com/motorola_mot... moreYou're right mate, nothing special here, but the fact that Intel is getting into the game is very promising. More competition means better products for us the end-users. Where is AMD-ATI by the way? Cheers :-)
BlueHeart the illest, 18 Sep 2012Now I feel like Moto is competing with themselves. This phone looks like and appears to have t... moreso true. releasing razr I was a big mistake noting that the intel chip is nothing but less than S4.
Now I feel like Moto is competing with themselves. This phone looks like and appears to have the same specs as the Razr M(save for the diff cpu). Why didn't Moto just launch the Razr I with the Razr HD/HD Maxx and cancel the Razr M altogether? Or better yet, put all that power into the Razr HD line and give the buyers 1 more thing to brag about(especially if they get the Maxx version)
This is the same thing they did with the Atrix HD and the bringing out the Razr HD not long after, Moto I love you guys and the Razr HD is my dream phone but stop launching phones to compete with yourself, the other companies are competition enough
This is a CPU not that crapy exynos or snapdragon now we are in bussines