During the CES 2012 event, Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha has announced that Moto has signed a “multi-year agreement” with Intel to introduce x86-powered mobile devices. An official render of the first Motorola-made, Intel powered Android handset has surface online. The details of this unnamed Motorola device are scarce now.
You can see that it doesn’t have any physical buttons, and there are physical volume, power, as well as camera buttons on the right side of the handset. and we can guess that it is running Android 4.0.x Ice cream Sandwich OS with Moto Blur user interface on top of it. Intel’s Medfield processor will let this handset to shoot up to 15 pictures in a single second and its camera also includes instant-on capabilities. The other specifications details about processor, RAM capacity, storage capacity, screen size of this handset are still mysterious to the tech world.
first Motorola-built, Intel powered handset is expected to make an appearance at this month’s Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona. There is now word on the retail availability and the price tag of this handset. Motorola has already confirmed that The first set of Intel Medfield-chipset equipped Moto handsets wouldn’t hit carrier testing until the summer and expected to ship some time towards the end of 2012.