Intel Showcases Medfield SmartPhone Reference Design Model at CES 2012

Jan 11, 2012


Intel at CES have laid out that they have serious intentions for the SmartPhone game. They are currently showcasing a hardware reference design so that manufacturers can build their own Smartphone incorporating Intels Medfield chipset.

The reference design is currently running Android (Gingerbread 2.3) on a Atom Z2460 processors, clocked at 1.6GHz and able to support 21Mbps HSPA+, 4 inch display, 8MP Main Camera with a 1.3MP Front Facing Camera, HD Video Playback, 3D GyroScope, WiFi, Reported 1430mah Battery – NOT Confirmed, Bluetooth and also HDMI out and NFC chucked in. This chipset also incorporates Hyper-Threading technology, and the XMM 6260 Platform.


What does this mean for us in Tizen world ? Well this is some hardware that Manufacturers can utilise to target Tizen on and obviously Intel would be “oh so interested” to help them along on this merry path.

Here is a hand on Video courtesy of Nicole at Netbook news:


Source TizenExperts

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