Monday, 16 January 2012

Lenovo K800, the first smartphone with Intel processor.

Intel join with Lenovo to launch Android smartphone Lenovo K800. It's a mobile device or the first smartphone that uses a processor from Intel.

Previously, Intel's m

ore famous by the processor in the device desktop or laptop computer. Tempted by the chipset business in mobile phones and tablets, Intel began dabbling this year participated by providing two types of processors for these devices.

Lenovo K800 exhibited at the exhibition site in the world's most coveted electronics, Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which lasted from 10 to 13 January 2011. Processor is pinned at the K800 is a series or dubbed Medfield Atom Z2460, with a clock speed of 1.6GHz  supported by Intel Hyper Threading technology, manufacturing 32-nanometer fabrication.
Other specifications of the K800, has a 4.5 inch 1280x720 pixel screen and 8MP camerawith ISO capabilities up to 3200. For connectivity, the K800 is supported with Bluetooth,Wi-Fi, and network 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE).

This smartphone running the Android operating system 2.3 Gingerbread. Android 2.3 operating system on this K800, underwent many modifications. According to Intel CEOPaul Otellini, modifications were made ​​to the Android operating system can run well ondevices that use Intel processors.

Lenovo K800 will first be marketed in China in the second quarter of this year 2012. UnfortunatelyLenovo does not provide information about the price of K800.

In the near future, Intel's Medfield will also be used in the production of Motorola and LG smartphones. This step is a proof of the seriousness of Intel rival ARM, Qualcomm and NVIDIA that had been dominating the processor market for mobile devices, namely tablets and smartphones

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