Monday, 19 November 2018

Intel gains handset foothold with Motorola, Lenovo deals

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 11 January 12

U.S. handset maker to begin shipping smartphone based on chip giant's new Atom processor in 2H; China's Lenovo also working on Intel device.

Intel on Wednesday made what could be important headway in the mobile device market after striking partnerships with Motorola and Lenovo. The announcement made at CES, which is taking place in Las Vegas this week, will see the U.S.-based chip maker's new line of Atom processors, known previously as 'Medfield' and designed specifically for mobile devices, power a Motorola smartphone that will begin shipping during the second half of this year…

Intel on Wednesday made what could be important headway in the mobile device market after striking partnerships with Motorola and Lenovo. The announcement made at CES, which is taking place in Las Vegas this week, will see the U.S.-based chip maker's new line of Atom processors, known previously as 'Medfield' and designed specifically for mobile devices, power a Motorola smartphone that will begin shipping during the second half of this year…

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