When [Otellini] joined the company in 1974, most people didn't even know what a PC was - From the Wall St Journal 11-11-2004
SMARTPHONE MAKER Motorola unveiled the world's first 2GHz Intel powered smartphone earlier today, the Motorola Razr I, and The INQUIRER was lucky enough to get its hands on the handset.
We've been immediately impressed with the handset's sleek yet tough, Kevlar-coated body, and it feels quite comfortable in the hand at just 8.3mm thick. Its 4.3in edge-to-edge screen also looks great on first impression, thanks its HD resolution and vibrant Super AMOLED screen technology.
However, Motorola says the handset's most impressive feature is its 2GHz single-core Intel Atom processor, which it claims outperforms the market leading dual-core smartphones.
We're yet to put these claims to the test, but check back later this week for our full Motorola Razr I review. µ
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