Well, you can meet and greet if you're a customer of India-based Lava International, that is. Intel-based smartphones are also due soon from Lenovo, Orange, Motorola, and ZTE.
Intel-based Lava Xolo smartphone keeps pace with ARM rivals, says report.
Intel's low-cost smartphone will be sold for the first time in Kenya, the chipmaker announced today.
The latest Samsung Series 9 goes extra-big, and the gamble pays off with the most portable and comfortable 15-incher you're likely to find. However, its high price and lack of higher-end features don't make it the best value.
The smaller, 11.6-inch version of Samsung's excellent Series 9 laptop is thin and light, and has a few features the MacBook Air lacks, but it's more expensive and doesn't trump the competition where it counts.
Lenovo's phone is one of the first to use Intel's 32-nanometer Atom chip technology.
The smartphone is expected to be announced next week -- the second Intel-based phone to launch.
Intel says it's ready to apply its considerable development and manufacturing resources to smartphones. What took it so long?
Mike Bell runs Intel's mobile group and he's convinced that Intel's Atom chips are better for Android than ARM's ubiquitous processors.
Get ready for the first smartphone running on an Intel chip. That phone will likely be from Lava, according to a source.