Motorola Mobility has unveiled its first smartphone handset to be powered by an Intel processor, featuring a wide screen and longer-life battery to better compete against Apple's iPhone and Samsung, Reuters has reported. The Razr I has a 4.3" display and run on Google's Android platform. The new chip enabled users to switch quickly between accessing the web, playing games, sending texts and activating the camera, said Motorola's general manager for Britain and Ireland, Andrew Morley. "This chipset gives us exactly what we want to launch in these markets," Morley said. "It gives us the ability to create a compact device, it gives us speed and it's a mid to high tier, mass market device."