Motorola Razr i Review
When it comes to the Motorola Razr, I must begin with a bit of nostalgia, a trip down memory lane…
I always had fond memories of my first Motorola Razr phone; we had a very loving relationship from the sexy, thin, flip design to the sleek nickel plated key pad - I mean we are talking nine years since our first meeting, so I for one was particularly excited when I got word that the new Motorola Razr i was making it’s way to my office.
Upon initial inspection of the new Motorola Razr i, the first things that stood out was how similar it seemed to the iPhone 5; I was sent the white version of the Razr i and noticed the similarities in size and shape. Was this a good or bad thing? Only time and performance will tell.
The Motorola Razr i is the first smart phone with a 2.0GHz intel processor which makes for a better user experience. The application launch speed is second to none. Web browsing is smooth and fast and the Razr i is extremely easy to use.
The retina display slightly lacks the punch of some other smart phones like the Samsung S3 and aforementioned iPhone; at times you may notice pixilation when browsing the web or looking at texts, however one positive of the Razr i is its particularly low glare, very useful when using the phone in sunlight.
Another clever detail of the Motorola Razr i is the water repellant cover so you can use the phone in the rain without having to worry too much about water damage.
I enjoyed my play time with the Razr i and with a £340 price tag, it is a worthy contender for the smart phone market.