Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Friday Review: How long can you last?

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Friday 21 September 12

Battery life becomes an important consideration for smartphone vendors keen to attract repeat custom.

It lasts a long time, then goes to sleep quickly. Sounds like every girl's dream, doesn't it? In fact, it's the new Intel-powered, Android-based RAZRi smartphone introduced by Motorola in London this week. "Customers want a no-compromise device that lasts as long as they do," said Jim Wicks, SVP, consumer experience design, at Motorola Mobility as he presented the new device to the press on Tuesday. Being a grown up, I elected not to snigger when he described the RAZRi as "the perfect sweet spot of size and performance." However, I confess that I did draw a smiley face in my notebook when he added: "When you can't use your hands, voice action for Android is a great alternative." Moto is clearly anticipating that some customers will really like their new RAZRi…

It lasts a long time, then goes to sleep quickly. Sounds like every girl's dream, doesn't it? In fact, it's the new Intel-powered, Android-based RAZRi smartphone introduced by Motorola in London this week. "Customers want a no-compromise device that lasts as long as they do," said Jim Wicks, SVP, consumer experience design, at Motorola Mobility as he presented the new device to the press on Tuesday. Being a grown up, I elected not to snigger when he described the RAZRi as "the perfect sweet spot of size and performance." However, I confess that I did draw a smiley face in my notebook when he added: "When you can't use your hands, voice action for Android is a great alternative." Moto is clearly anticipating that some customers will really like their new RAZRi…

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