Intel expects to release dual-core versions of its Medfield processors before long, bringing hyper threading to its next-generation of system-on-a-chip. What’s more, Intel also plans to introduce chipsets that offer 4G LTE support, something critically missing in today’s mobile devices. Speaking to TechCrunch, marketing head Summet …
We recently saw the first ever Android phone with ‘Intel Inside’ power, and it was launched in India a short time ago. Intel is one of the most famous companies in the world when talking about processors and computer hardware; they are the leaders in the …
The first smartphone to run Intel’s mobile processor arrives in India later this month.
Orange has announced their first Android handset to feature an Intel Medfield chipset, tapping the Santa Clara with a summer release. Making its debut as Europe’s first Android smartphone to pack the new mobile processor, the device will launch with Android 2.3 Gingerbread but see …
Motorola appears primed to announce an Android 4.0 smartphone with Intel’s Medfield chipset.
If Intel’s new Medfield project works like they hope, smart phone performance will rival that of laptops over the next two years.Â Much like NVIDIA’s “system on a chip” Tegra, Intel is aiming to bring high performance, low cost processors to handsets and internet devices. …
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