Intel Will Introduce New Dual-Core Mobile Processors at MWC
Many hardware makers will be leveraging the MWC 2013 show to get better foothold in the industry. Intel will also join the party by introducing a few smartphones powered by latest Atom processor models. Traditionally, smartphones rely on ARM architecture and Intel wants to break that trend, by introducing a new flavor into the mobile market.
Through a release, Intel announced that it will showcase latest Android devices running new dual-core chip and dual GPU, based on the Atom Z2420 SoC. Much like how the current mobile market works, Intel only delivers the processor and the smartphones themselves will be manufactured by partners.
The Motorola RAZR i was the first smartphone powered by Intel Atom processor. Previously, Lenovo also unveiled the Lenovo K900 with the Intel Z280 dual-core Clover Trail processor. Intel has also developed a quad-core mobile processor, called the Bay Trail and it is unclear whether the chip will make an appearance at MWC.