Motorola has today launched the latest version of its RAZR series of smartphones, the RAZR i.
Sporting a 4.3in screen, the phone is billed as "the full-screen phone" thanks to a SUPER Amoled "edge-to-edge" screen with virtually no border.
Launched in conjunction with Intel, the Intel Atom processor promises fastest-ever smartphone processing speeds of up to 2Ghz for faster browsing, gaming and multi-tasking.
The Android phone launches with Android 4.0 (4.0.4.) but promises an upgrade to Jelly Bean in the near future.
Unlike the iPhone 5, the RAZR i is NFC and DLNA compatible for wireless transfers and also has access to the Google Play Store for apps, movies, books and more.
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The screen has a 960 x 540 resolution capable of playing HD 1080p videos, a 2000 mAh batter offering up to 20 hours of usage and an 8MP camera.
There's even a handy one-touch button for starting the camera in double-quick - Intel Atom quick - time.
There's a micro USB connection and an SD card for expanding the memory, too, though sadly no sign of support for 4G.