Motorola to announce an Intel-powered phone on September 18

Motorola to announce an Intel-powered phone on September 18

It seems the collaboration between Motorola Mobility and Intel, announced at CES earlier this year, is finally going to come to fruition. Why do we think so? Well, Moto just announced that it's going to hold a joint event with Intel on September 18. Hmm, we wonder what this could mean...


Unfortunately, the invitation doesn't say much, except for the words "Let us take you to the edge". Alright, Moto, you can take us there, but only if you promise that we'll be back here pretty quickly, since we have to blog this stuff!


Actually, there's already been a phone rumored to be the first Intel-powered Motorola, but except for a leaked photo, we don't know much about it either. The handset is rumored to run on Android 4.0 initially, and have a great camera, which is strange, because we'd imagine that the first Intel phone (by Moto) would be all about annihilating the benchmarks! But maybe we're wrong?


Boy, September will sure be a crazy month for mobile, but don't let yourself think about it too much, because today is the big day for Samsung fans who like it big (who doesn't?) - Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Note II later today, but shortly before this, Sony should reveal some new toys as well, so stay tuned for our coverage!


source: Motorola



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12 Comments

4. MeoCao unregistered

I guess Intel is better suited for tablets as there is bigger battery. But has Intel got something new that we don't know?

6. rudlie

Posts: 205; Member since: Mar 13, 2012

8. 305Bucko

Posts: 506; Member since: Aug 07, 2011

change is good.

7. mas11

Posts: 1034; Member since: Mar 30, 2012

Cool! I would love to see the OMAP 5 in another one of their phones.

9. pikapowerize

Posts: 1869; Member since: May 03, 2012

Bring it on Motorola...(the only android manufacturer i adore next is sony! )

11. InspectorGadget80 unregistered

It will probably be a low end phone from INTEL/MOTOROLA. I'm done buying Motorola phones anyway

12. pikapowerize

Posts: 1869; Member since: May 03, 2012

well intel said that android is not really ready for multicores...to many memory leaks and twicks... and intel will give this phone a very powerful power even its just single core... people forgot about the functionality of the phone..they are all hungry about latest of the latest... thats why the world will never have peace if the people will never be satisfied!

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