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Intel’s Android Smartphone coming out this week?

After announcing the company’s successful 1st quarter, Intel CEO Paul Otellini mentioned that the first Intel powered smartphone will be released this week. As the company’s earnings soar, it seems that Intel is ready to embark on a new venture in the mobile communication market and set a new milestone in the process.

Though it’s still uncertain which smartphone will be the first to represent Intel in the smartphone was, tech junkies are eyeing on several handsets that has the Intel Medfield chip, one of them is the Lenovo K800 which was present at the CES 2012. Other smartphones such as Lava Xolo X900 is also a viable candidate.

Will Intel’s chip be enough to challenge mobile processor giants? Only time will tell if the computer chip manufacturer has what it takes to blow the competition away and prove that their prowess is not only limited to computers. But this is definitely something that we can look forward to.

This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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5 Responses

  1. PHsmash says:

    can’t wait!!!

  2. showbiz says:

    This move should have high impact on mobile market.

  3. Fantazma says:

    its only downside is that not all android apps can run on it properly because of a different architecture of the processor ,it x86 processor not ARM..

  4. ZAYNE says:

    another downside is Intel Rep of Draining the Battery. Hopefully with their Implementation of the Intel Atom in a Mobile Product. The CPU wont Drain the Battery

  5. Marvin Lee Tang says:

    If it can run x86 programs I’m sold!! imagine Starcraft on small screen LOL…

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