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Forums Added for the RAZR i and Galaxy S III Mini
The Motorola RAZR i may not exactly stand out at first glance. Sure, the 4.3″ Super AMOLED Advanced edge-to-edge display (PenTile) draws attention to itself thanks to its minuscule bezel. However, the real differences can be found in the internal architecture. The RAZR i is one of the first devices to be based on the Intel Medfield architecture, and it is the first Medfield device to clock in at 2 GHz. Backing up the processor is 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage, an 8 MP camera, and a 2000 mAh battery.
The Samsung Galaxy S III Mini also manages to set itself apart. Rather than distinguishing itself by its CPU instruction set, the S III Mini sets itself apart thanks to its relatively small size. Samsung’s new Galaxy S III Mini hopes to offer much of what makes the popular Galaxy S III great, but in a smaller package. Unlike its larger sibling, the S III Mini is powered by the relatively obscure dual-core ST-Ericsson NovaThor U8420 processor clocked at 1 GHz. The processor is backed up by 1 GB of RAM, up to 16 GB of storage, a 4″ WVGA Super AMOLED (presumably PenTile) display, a 5 MP camera, and a 1500 mAh battery. Most importantly, the device ships stock with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
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