This one is really slick... AND ruggedized;
That phone is powervr, and that device's performance is NOT up to current ARM chips.
Check this benchmark (yeah, moron made a video when all he needed was a screenshot... see 2:12):
Look at the CPU portion (blue), it got absolutely WASTED by a Galaxy Nexus, which is just a dual cortex A9. The intel's ONLY strength is the memory portion, which will still be matched or beaten by any Krait or cortex A15. Samsung Relay (dual 1.5 GHz Krait w/Adreno225) scores around 5100 on a quadrant benchmark. Razr-i seems to be hitting only 3900.
Sammy (from: http://lazytechguys.zippykidcdn.com/...0_quadrant.png)
Look at that, compared to the intel, the Sammy hit nearly TWICE the CPU, similar memory, 50% better IO, marginally better 2D, marginally worse 3D.
On the CPU scores; 1.5 GHz dual core ARM running nearly twice the performance of a single core 2.0 GHz x86.... that's pretty ugly for the intel. On a "per cycles" basis, 4535 * 1.5 (i.e. 2.0 GHz * 1.5 = 3.0 GHz = 2 x 1.5 GHz), we get 6802.5. Just how does that ARM hit 8470???
Or to put it another way, 8470 / 2 = 4235 (1 core), * 4/3 = 5647 (to bump up to 2.0 GHz in a crude and unreasonable fashion). Can that be true? ARM chips getting better performance per core than intel? LOL. 2.0 GHz on a phone sure is funny.
In any case, IF the intel chip was coupled with an intel GPU, the low CPU performance may be a worthwhile compromise, but since its powervr junk, I'll stick with adreno, which is a sure hell of a lot closer to running open than powervr will ever be.