Motorola RAZR i available now on Three

The Motorola RAZR i is now available from Three on all-you-can-eat monthly and PAYG price plans.

Starting from £17 a month with no additional handset cost, the Motorola RAZR i can be purchased on the Essential Internet 100 plan. Anyone wanting the tempting all-you-can-eat data bundle will have to pay £20 per month on the Ultimate Internet 100 plan.

For PAYG customers, the Motorola handset will cost £249.99 plus the price of a top up.

“Whether browsing the web or downloading the latest apps from Google Play, the Motorola RAZR i offers premium features,” said Sylvia Chind, Head of Devices at Three. “Complemented by one of Three’s all-you-can-eat data price plans, you’ll be able to enjoy even more tweeting, blogging, searching and browsing without the worry of out-of-bundle charges.”

Motorola RAZR i Features

Powered by a 2GHz Intel Atom processor with 1GB of RAM, the Motorola RAZR i has a slim bezel 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display with a 540 x 960p resolution.

The Motorola RAZR i features Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and has an 8-megapixel rear camera capable of recording 1080p videos at 30fps coupled with a VGA front-facing for video calling. The rear camera can also take up to 10 shots per second in burst mode to ensure users can get that perfect shot.

Built with a Kevlar rear panel and Gorilla Glass screen, the Motorola RAZR i is tough, but only weighs 126g, which is just a touch more than the iPhone 5. Available in black and white, the Motorola RAZR i offers GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity.

Featuring a non-removable Lithium-Ion 2000mAh battery, the Motorola RAZR i also has 8GB of internal storage, expandable by microSD cards up to 32GB.

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