Intel Also Preparing for Smartphone, Appear in 2012

Many have argued that Intel never release a smartphone. Last week, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology received a prototype of the smart phone, stocked with the latest mobile processor companies Intel , Medfield. Phone running Android Gingerbread is the same size as the iPhone 4, but much easier, probably because, as a prototype, it is made of plastic rather than metal and glass.

Intel Also Preparing for Smartphone, Appear in 2012

This “reference design” is intended to inspire and proinstruktazha producers interested in creating products based on the latest technology Intel. “They can use as much or as little of the reference design, as they want,” said Stephen Smith, vice president of architecture Intel.

At the Massachusetts Institute for prototype described as: 
“Phone powerful and enjoyable to use, along with the latest iPhone and phones based on Android. It can play video Blu-Ray-quality and pass it on TV, web browsing done smoothly and quickly … One feature that stands out – a camera that can take off 10 full-sized 8-megapixel images at 15 frames per second. “

Prototype tablet Medfield was also made, and he was little more than the iPad, but the same thickness and weight. His performance was just told that Ice Cream Sandwich it works better than Gingerbread.

It is reported that the products in Medfield will be presented in the first half of 2012, so that we may well see at CES new smartphones and tablets from Intel.


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