Rendering shows Motorola's first Android 4.0 phone and it has Intel inside

Rendering shows Motorola's first Android 4.0 phone and it has Intel inside
A rendering obtained by PocketNow shows what is claimed to be Motorola's first smartphone powered by Ice Cream Sandwich. In addition to being the manufacturer's first Android 4.0 unit, the unnamed device is expected to be driven by Intel's Medfield Platform instead of the TI OMAP processor usually found in a Motorola smartphone.

Expected to be displayed at the end of the month at MWC in Barcelona, the Motorola handset sports a new version of the MotoBlur UI. Additionally, the camera is supposedly a major improvement from what the manufacturer has been turning out on the latest series of DROID models. The new camera offers instant-on capabilities as opposed to the long wait for the shooter that Motorola DROID BIONIC owners have become accustomed to, and which Apple made fun of during the introduction of the Apple iPhone 4S. The cameras also will take bursts of shots as fast as 15 frames per second.

We are looking forward to seeing more of thus unnamed model in Barcelona, especially after seeing the rendering with the thin silver colored casing and the design free from buttons. Yes, we will be in Barcelona at the end of the month, so don't miss a second of our coverage of MWC 2012.

source: PocketNow


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