Intel has announced about signing a contract with Motorola Mobility and Lenovo over using Intel’s Medfield chip in their upcoming smart phones and tablets.
The announcement came out at Consumer Electronics Show.
Lenovo will launch an Android based smart phone using Medfield for the Chinese market in the second quarter of this year, whereas Motorola has aimed at the second half of 2012 for such phone.
From a few years, Intel has found itself left behind in a headlong race to design the brains of tablets and smart phones. Intel’s chips have long been debated consuming more power than of its rivals. But now the company has overcome such deficiency and doubtlessly, these recent agreements with Lenovo and Motorola can help Intel join the race.