Intel has been struggling in the mobile market for a while, so what can it do get on top of ARM? Can Silvermont change the company’s fortunes?
Intel had a timid debut in the Android décor, with its first mobile chips powering only a handful of entry-level phones from small manufacturers in 2012.
Intel has released the details of its new Clover Trail+ SoC for smartphones, which brings a host of new improvements to the old Atom line of processors.
Did you enjoy yesterday’s Intel demo of the new Lenovo IdeaPhone K900? You did? Well, then you’re probably going to want to hear today’s report too.
Lenovo’s IdeaPhone K900 might have not been the shiniest star of last month’s CES (darn that Xperia Z), but it was definitely in the top 3.
2012 has been all about baby steps for Intel in the Android décor. The world’s largest PC chip maker has adopted a very cautious approach for its first smartphone efforts, focusing mostly on entry-level devices targeted at emerging markets.
While Intel started out slowly in the Android world, powering only entry-level devices during 2012, we suspected that one of these days the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker will be looking to step things up.