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Intel to unveil some dual-core Android-powered smartphones at Mobile World Congress

Intel to show off Android-based devices powered by their new Atom Z2420 SoC at Mobile World Congress

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Feb 1, 2013 10:35 am

The supreme leader in CPUs, Intel, is set to show off some new Android-based smartphones at Mobile World Congress. These devices will be powered by the company's new Atom Z2420 SoCs that are "targeted at emerging markets".

 

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Intel will also be displaying their latest smartphone technologies and devices running on Google's Android OS, including their dual-core processor and dual graphics platform, as well as some OEM- and service provider-supported devices.

 

Let's hope Intel show off a device that we'll all want, to really get them a running sprint into the runaway train that is the mobile devices market.

NEWS SOURCES:Techcrunch.com

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