Well. I finally decided to settle for a non Intel smartphone, hoping by next year, I can upgrade to an Intel version.
But after sitting down and waiting for the salesperson at Bestbuy to get me set up for a Razr M smartphone, I was asked for my Verizon password. Since I never used it before, I forgot. After giving alot of my personal information, I was still expected to give my password. So I had to call Verizon and go through some steps to reach a live person and reset my password. It lasted about 10 minutes.
So why would I want a smartphone with an Intel chip? How about because it would have the powerful chip to read my fingerprint or eye retina to identify me so that I don't have to remember every password that I have across a huge number of media. Can't wait for the Razr i or Lenovo K900 type phones here in the U.S.
Razr M is a good phone. I have one. I still can't believe Iphones are so hot with the small screen. I just hope that 5 years from now every Motorola phone has Intel in it. Seems like battery life is the next complete game changer, whoever gets it right.