Acer Liquid C1 is a new Intel-powered smartphone
0. phoneArena 31 Jan 2013, 06:19 posted on
Step by step, Intel is expanding its presence in the mobile industry. OK, that may sound a bit too optimistic in Intel's case, which has found it extremely difficult to gain a foothold on this market...
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1. Tux_Alan (Posts: 74; Member since: 30 Jan 2013)
Only when intel reaches 14-10 nm chips and we get sandybridge-like performances on a smartphone will intel really kick into the mobile industry, tablets are another story, we should see more of those within the next few years, be it merelly for the convenience of running all x86 programs
2. HDShatter (Posts: 1014; Member since: 17 Jan 2013)
Sad because a single core intel mobile cpu is better than the best arm processors.