Motorola has announced that a new white version of its Razr i handset will go on sale in the UK on December 22.
The Android-toting device, notable for being one of the few handsets to boast the Intel Atom processor, will be available in the new shade from Phones 4U from £20.50 a month, with a free phone.
The single core Intel processor is clocked at 2GHz, while there's also a large and long-lasting 2000mAh battery.
The Razr i also has an edge-to-edge 4.3-inch, 960 x 540 resolution, Gorilla Glass display and an 8-megapixel camera.
When the handset was initially launched back in September, Moto claimed it to be "our biggest launch since the Razr and is the first result in the collaboration with Intel."
However, not much has been heard of the Razr i since that high-profile announcement back a few months back.
A recent TechRadar review recommended the handset "without a second's hesitation" to a user who may be looking for a more affordable alternative to all-singing-all-dancing Android handsets like the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Perhaps the new shade can give the device a nice boost as folks go last-minute Christmas shopping this weekend.
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