Look for Intel's Moorestown platform to power new smartphones starting in 2010
The Inventec Moorestown-based smartphone prototype
Intel's Moorestown platform offers low power use and HD video capabilities
Aava Mobile's Moorestown-based smartphone
Aava Mobile's Moorestown-based smartphone features a micro SD slot and camera
Look for a boost in smartphone performance and capabilities as the Intel Moorestown platform starts to appear in devices this year. Intel says that the new mobile Internet device (MID) platform will be launching during the first half of 2010, and should begin appearing in consumer devices on the market as early as the third quarter. The specs look promising and Intel was showing off a bevy of prototypes and reference designs at CES 2010, including units from Aava Mobile, EB, Inventec, Open Peak, and Winstron. LG also had a Moorestown-based smartphone on hand at the show.
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