If you think that the RAZR I which was unveiled this morning by Motorola and Intel is worth purchasing you can now do so if you live in the UK (or import from there if you’re in the US or somewhere else). The official, SIM-free (unlocked) price is £285 (£342 inc.VAT) — which translates to $463 — and the first stock is due early next month.

Just to recap: it packs a 2GHz single-core Intel Medfield processor, 1GB of RAM, 4.3-inch qHD AMOLED screen, 8GB of internal storage (5GB accessible), microSD expansion slot, eight-megapixel camera plus all the usual suspects. Sadly there’s no Jelly Bean love, at least not for the moment, so you’ll have to settle for Ice Cream Sandwich. Hit up the source link to pre-order yours!

Source: Clove

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