First Intel Powered Motorola Phone Appears Online


Means again ahead of CES, Intel introduced that they have been engaged on constructing reference telephones for his or her Medfield cell processors with two producers: Lenovo and Motorola. We’d already considered Lenovo’s efforts at CES with the Lenovo K800, and now Motorola have inadvertently proven off their very own work.

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The unnamed handset will come with the same Intel Medfield chipset, but looks a lot more personalised than the rather pedestrian black rectangle of the K800. It looks a lot like the Motorola V220 I used years back, with silver and gray tones rather than black. The phone also looks similar to the Droid Razor Droid 4, but will run Ice Cream Sandwich instead of Gingerbread.


According to rumours that accompanied the picture, the phone will come with an instant-on camera capable of continuous captures at 15 frames per second. If the earlier K800 is any indication, the single-core Medfield processor will run at 1.6 GHz and be accompanied by an approximately 4.5” 720p display and all of the standard top-of-the-range trappings.

Hopefully we’ll see more about the phone at the Mobile World Congress, which begins two weeks from today in Barcelona.

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