Intel to release the Acer Liquid C1 smartphone with 4.3 inch display & Intel Atom Z2420 processor very soon.
Acer is working closely with Intel on an upcoming line-up of smartphones powered by Atom mobile processors. Acer's new smartphone Liquid C1 is powered by an Intel Atom Z2420 mobile processor. At a press conference held in the Philippines recently, the Acer Liquid C1 was showed with the promise that it will be released soon.
Acer had announced the Liquid C1 at the end of January. Intel, earlier, worked closely with Lava International to launch the Xolo X900 smartphone in India, and the chip maker should be doing the same with Acer.
The Acer Liquid C1 smartphone features a 4.3 inch touchscreen display and houses an Atom Z2420 mobile processor codenamed as Lexington. At the back, the phone has an 8 megapixel camera boasting an improved burst mode.
Acer has packed a 2200 mAh battery in this device to offer it 9 hours of continuous talk time. Intel and Acer have not revealed the price of this device. For India, if this smartphone is priced as much as the Intel Xolo X900 last year (Rs 21,900) it will certainly attract more consumers.
Intel has formally announced the new Intel Atom Z3000 series mobile chips, codenamed Bay Trail, for tablets, laptops and convertible devices.
Currently there is no dearth of Android tablets under Rs 5,000 in India. However, most of such cheap tablets give very poor output.
At Computex, Intel showed off a few prototype tablets running the Intel Atom Bay Trail-T family mobile processors. These new Bay Trail-T based tablets are expected to arrive later this year.
The first ever quad core Intel Atom processor based on 22 nm fabrication.
Intel has announced the new 22nm System-on-Chip micro architecture
Intel has shared plans for the 22 nm fabrication process based Atom Bay Trail platform with quad core processors.
Intel's clover trail+ CPU's allows it to be used in both smartphones as well as tablet while having much better graphics as well.
ntel has announced new 22nm Atom Bay Trail platform that will offer Valleyview mobile processors loaded media slates by year end.
Intel's new Lexington platform promises up to 1.2 GHz, supports 1080p video and HSPA+ data speeds.
The much anticipated Android tablet from Intel finally makes an appearance although on paper only.