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Smart phones packing Intel's new Atom Medfield processors are due, its CEO explains, but what form these phones will take isn't clear.
The first Motorola phone with Ice Cream Sandwich is taking the field with the new Intel Medfield chip.
Google's Andy Rubin has announced all future versions of Android would be optimised for Intel chips, including its Atom processor.
Consumers should learn more about Intel's Medfield processor at the upcoming Mobile World Congress as Motorola and Lenovo arrive in Barcelona.
All of the smartphone's features are not immediately known, but a new report claims the device is running on Intel's new Medfield chip.
The company says that its chips will help Android handset makers improve performance and cut down on energy usage.
Chipmaker's Medfield may be the chip that drives its smartphone strategy in 2011 and beyond.
Lenovo plans to bring out an Ice Cream Sandwich tablet based on Intel's new Medfield Atom chip in the second quarter and a Windows 8 tablet based on a next-gen Atom chip later in the year.
An Intel reference design phone with the new chip is showing solid performance in some important benchmarks, beating devices such as the iPhone 4S and Galaxy Nexus, says chip review site Anandtech.
The Android-based smartphone is the company's first handset to employ an Intel Medfield processor