Not considered the first to sport the Intel Moorestown processor, but Aava Mobile's prototype phone may be the first to run Android. ARM has seemingly taken dominance in the mobile world with nearly every Android device featuring their designed processor – big names like Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, and Marvell all license ARM's technology. Now Intel sets their eyes on capturing some of that with their Intel Moorestown processor that'll be powering Aava Mobile's anticipated Android device – it was announced during MWC that it'll be the first 100 percent customizable mobile device for the OEM/ODM markets. Markus Appel, CEP of Aava Mobile, stated “We are open on the hardware side with our standardized I/O ports and the ecosystem of peripheral docking devices that openness encourages, and we are open on the software side with our Moblin and Android operating systems.” In addition to sporting Intel's branding underneath the hood, it'll of course run Android, support T-Mobile's 3G bands, Full HD video, HD conferencing, 2 microphones for echo cancellation, GPS, and Wi-Fi. If people thought that the Snapdragon processor was lightning quick on current generation handsets, Intel's Moorestown is expected to supplant itself as a contender in this extremely competitive market.
source: Aava Mobile
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