Tag: Intel

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update now rolling out to the Orange San Diego

If you're an Orange San Diego owner in the UK, there's some good news for you. Reports are starting to pour in of UK's first Intel-powered phone receiving an upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The Orange San Diego was the first Intel-powered smartphone to launch in the UK. Unfortunately, when it ...

Motorola announces the RAZR I, its first Intel-powered Android smartphone

Back at CES 2012, Motorola and Intel announced that they were going to be partnering up to produce a phone running on Intel's Medfield platform. Fast forward to 9 months later, and we finally have the result of that collaboration. Today at a press event in London, Motorola and Intel announced the Motorola ...

Motorola XT890 cruises through the FCC. Is it the Intel-powered phone?

Motorola is planning on releasing an Intel-powered phone sometime next week. They're getting together with Intel to announce this new phone on September 18 in London. While we don't know exactly what will be announced in London, a device that just popped up in the FCC's database might offer some clues. ...

Motorola and Intel to announce their first device on September 18

On September 18, Motorola and Intel will finally announce the first product in their partnership. The two companies have scheduled a press event for September 18 in London. We know for sure that Intel and Motorola are planning on announcing a new device running on Intel's Medfield platform. Will it be a tablet or ...

Intel-powered Orange San Diego heading to the UK on June 6

And just like that, we have another Intel-powered smartphone getting ready to make its way to consumers' hands. Today, Orange announced that it was launching the Orange San Diego, a new Android smartphone powered by Intel's Medfield processor. If the Orange San Diego looks and sounds familiar, it's because it was ...

Intel CEO: First Intel Smartphone launching later this week

Intel's upcoming Smartphone is almost ready for consumers, according to Intel CEO Paul Otellini. During the company's Q1 financial call, Paul said that "the launch of our first Intel architecture-based smartphone" will occur "later this week". The phone, the Lenovo K800, is going to be the first Intel-based ...

Intel-powered Lenovo K800 gets benchmarked, makes us drool

Take a look at these benchmark scores from the Intel-powered Lenovo K800. The phone, which is going to be the first to run on an Intel processor, is going to be released in China in a couple of months. The benchmarks were obtained by the fine folks at Engadget. According to Quadrant benchmarks, the ...

Could this be Motorola’s first Intel-powered smartphone?

The folks at PocketNow may have gotten their hands on a leaked photo of what could be Motorola's first Intel-powered device. We're not sure about what it will be named but there is a chance we could hear something at the Mobile World Congress. This new device will come pre-loaded with Ice Cream Sandwich and ...

Missed Intel’s keynote at CES? Watch it here

Did you miss Intel's keynote at CES this year? If you did, don't worry because you can now watch the entire presentation right here. As you probably know by now, Intel is entering the mobile smartphone and tablet market with their new Atom Z2460 processor. They have partnered up with Motorola and Lenovo to bring ...

Intel shows off its Atom Z2460 processor powering its Android reference phone

Yesterday, Intel announced that it was finally going to be entering the smartphone market with its Intel Atom Z2460 processor, which was formerly known as Medfield. In addition, they announced that they had partnered with both Motorola Mobility and Lenovo to deliver both smartphones and tablets starting in Q2 of ...

Acer to sell Intel powered Android tablet in July

NVIDIA won't be the only company powering Android 3.0 tablets in the future. All of the new Android 3.0 tablets that are currently available (or soon to be available) are powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 2 dual-core processor. That is about to change because this July, Asus is going to launch an Android 3.0 tablet ...

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