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Intel details Medfield plans, announces a trio of phone-friendly Atoms

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Default Intel details Medfield plans, announces a trio of phone-friendly Atoms

The age of Medfield is upon us. At Mobile World Congress Intel took the wraps off its smartphone platform, ditched the code name and gave us some details on three different Atom chips destined for handsets. The Z2460 is currently shipping and serves as the heart of the reference platform that devices from Lenovo, Orange, Lava and ZTE are based on. The processor can hit clock speeds of 2GHz and packs an Intel XMM 6260 HSPA+ radio. The next generation part, dubbed the Z2580 will supposedly double performance and gets upgraded to an XMM 7160, which adds LTE to its cellular arsenal. Down the road Chipzilla also plans to introduce a "value smartphone" processor, dubbed the Z2000. Clocked at only 1GHz and going with a 6265 HSPA+ radio, the goal is to power Android phones that can be sold for less than $150 -- unsubsidized. Sounds crazy, but it's true. To bring this vision to fruition Intel has added Orange, ZTE, Lava and Visa to its list of partners. Check out the PR after the break for more details.Continue reading Intel details Medfield plans, announces a trio of phone-friendly Atoms
Intel details Medfield plans, announces a trio of phone-friendly Atoms originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 27 Feb 2012 12:31:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.


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