PocketNow.com caims to have got some images and details for a phone that will be Motoroal’s first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-powered handset, which will be running Intel’s new mobile Medfield platform.
Intel’s Medfield chip-set aimed at getting the company into smartphones has been dissed by ARM CEO Warren East.
We’re on the Pine Trail – the as yet unreleased, next-gen low-power platform from Intel.
Nokia has announced shipment of its N900 mobile computing device based on open source Maemo 5 software, which was announced back in August.
“The Internet Everywhere” is ARM’s slogan for its latest low-power processor, the A5 MPCore, which is aimed at smartphones and MIDS, and is available with up to four cores.
One of the barriers to entry for ARM-based Netbooks appears to have been lifted – ARM say they have optimised Adobe Flash Player 10.1 on ARM-powered devices.
Intel’s mobility innovation team unveiled “Tangent Bay” at IDF – what it describes as “the first multi-touch, multi-screen concept laptop based on research and feedback from people who multi-task with work, media creation, entertainment and social networking.”
One more for posterity, really – just marking the development in case it really takes off…