The Motorola RAZR i was the first Android smartphone that was shipped with Intel's Atom processor. It features a single-core CPU with x86 architecture and a clock speed of 2 GHz. Inside is 1 gigabyte of RAM. It was introduced in September 2012 and was shipped with Android 4.0.4, including Motorola's Motoblur interface. The internal memory capacity is 8 gigabytes, but this can be expanded up to 32 GB with a microSD card. Built with a mix of metal and glass, the Motorola Razr i has a strong build quality and a good battery.