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Intel and LG Team Up For x86 Smartphone

January 10th, 2010 01:21 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

gbjbaanb writes “I love stories about new smartphones; it shows the IT market is doing something different than the usual same-old desktop apps. Maybe one day we’ll all be using super smartphones as our primary computing platforms. And so, here’s Intel’s offering: the LG GW990. Running a Moorestown CPU, which gives ‘considerably’ better energy efficiency than the Atom, it runs Intel’s Linux distro — Moblin. Quoting: ‘In some respects, the GW990 — which has an impressive high-resolution 4.8-inch touchscreen display — seems more like a MID than a smartphone. It’s possible that we won’t see x86 phones with truly competitive all-day battery life until the emergence of Medfield, the Moorestown successor that is said to be coming in 2011. It is clear, however, that Intel aims to eventually compete squarely with ARM in the high-end smartphone market.”

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