The Motorola RAZR i has been announced and has some potential. Admittedly it isn't the best looking smartphone on the market, but to cram a screen that size in the form is impressive.
The Motorola RAZR i is the new edge-to-edge smartphone from Motorola. This impossibly compact Android smartphone also features an Intel processor, making it further stand out from the crowd.
The RAZR i features the same 4.3-inch screen size as its predecessors, the RAZR and the RAZR MAXX. However, thanks to the new edge-to-edge technology engineered by Motorola, the RAZR i is a much smaller device to hold in your hand and pocket. Less bulk, but just as much screen.
It’s not only the RAZR name that the i makes use of, but also the rock-solid build quality that has becomes affiliated with the range. An aircraft-grade aluminium frame encloses the edge-to-edge display, which itself is made from scratch resistant Corning Gorilla Glass, while the KEVLAR coated back cover adds even further protection. There’s also a water-repellent nanocoating covering the RAZR i, all the way down to the internal electrical boards.