Motorola’s newly launched RAZR i is the first flagship handset to be released by the company since it was bought out by search engine giant Google. As well as being a genuinely good smartphone the handset is sporting a processor from Intel, and that makes it a flagship phone for Intel, too. But what does the future hold for the company? Will it remain an independent handset maker at arms length of Google? Or will it eventually be turned into Google’s own handset maker? We try and find out.