This Is An Intel Smartphone Prototype

Posted Dec 21, 2011

In a world where Apple, BlackBerry, Samsung, HTC, and Motorola have been reigning supreme in the smartphone market, Intel is the latest challenger. In the past, Intel has sat on the sidelines only to provide the internal parts to these smartphone manufacturers. Above is a photo of a smartphone prototype that has been developed by Intel and runs on the Android operating system. This concept phone currently has the code-name “Medfield” and we may even see it at CES.

These are the specs of the phone:
– Camera that can shoot 10 photos at 8 megapixel in a “burst mode” at 15 photos per second.
– Blu-Ray quality HD video and ability to stream to a TV through WiFi.
– Body that looks similar to an iPhone 4S, but is lighter because of its plastic body.
– Ice Cream Sandwich Android operating system.

[Technology Review]