The Razr i will launch in Argentina, Brazil, Britain, France, Germany and Mexico in October, as the foremost handset of a multi-device agreement between the two groups.
With a 4.3-inch display and Google’s Android platform, the Razr i is like the Razr M which is unveiled earlier in September for US consumers, but its brain is an Intel processor instead of a chip made by Qualcomm.
Intel dominates the PC industry but has been slow to adapt its powerful processors to work well in battery sensitive mobile gadgets and is now rushing to catch up.
The latest Motorola phone uses a new version of Intel’s Medfield smartphone processor running at 2 Gigahertz. The price of Motorola Razr I smartphone at just £344.99.