Intel has been trying to get in the smartphone game since years now, but until last year, it didn’t have any major partners. At CES 2012, it was revealed that Motorola would be partnering with Intel to develop Android devices powered by Intel’s Medfield platform. The Intel powered Android smartphones by Motorola are supposed to be launched in 2012.
Today, some details about Motorola’s first Intel-powered Android smartphone were revealed by PocketNow. It will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of the Android OS, sporting a new version of the MotoBlur user interface.
No detailed specifications are out yet, but it will offer instant-on capabilities, and a really good camera. Apparently, the camera will offer a 15 frames-per-second burst capture mode.
Here’s an image of the Intel Android smartphone by Motorola. Considering that it is going to be Intel’s first major Android smartphone, you can expect really good hardware specifications which can rival and probably beat the current flagship Android devices.
We will keep you updated with more details of this device as and when they are revealed. It might be launched at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona by the end of February.