By Christine Torralba February 15, 2012 12 48 10 0 At CES last month, Motorola and Intel made an announcement for a multi-year, multi-device partnership. Less than a month later, the two companies are ready to unveil the very first device from that partnership—slated for the Mobile World Congress happening in Barcelona just a few days away.Advertisement As of this writing, there has been no official information about said device. But luckily, PocketNow’s Evan Blass shared the very first photo of the device. He also shared that the camera of the unit will be its major selling point; especially its 15 frame-per-second burst capture. Now we’re excited to see what it’s all about! Blass also shared that the unit is Motorola’s first Android ICS-powered smartphone. Additionally, this is also one of the first Motorola smartphone to have Intel-powered hardware. Check out Lenovo’s Intel powered Android phone in the video below. It was quite responsive, despite being single core. Either way, it’s a good sign that things are likely to get more competitive, which means TI, NVIDIA, ARM, and Qualcomm are going to be upping their offerings, which, as always, will be a good thing for consumers. It really is pretty exciting and we can’t wait for February 26 already! 12 48 10 previous post10 HD Games on Android You Should Trynext postIs Huawei Announcing a Quad-Core Smartphone this Month?