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The processor in the Nokia phones are generally made by Qualcomm... why not INtel makes them?

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intel don't make mobile phone processors. it produces pc, laptop's processors. so till now no nokia or other phones had any intel processor. but now intel launched its mobile series processors with windows 8 based smartphones n tablets. lava launched android smartphone. asus n microsoft''s new launching devices are its latest examples.
Posted: 18-04-2012 @ 18:07:51
Intel used to make only PC processors. Reason being, Intel processors are more performance oriented and draw a lot of power thus draining the battery. Recently, Intel entered into into the mobile market by launching Intel Medfield on the Lenovo K800. Maybe, we'll soon see Intel processors on Nokia devices.
Posted: 05-04-2012 @ 16:16:16
intel don't make mobile phone processors. it produces pc, laptop's processors. so till now no nokia or other phones had any intel processor. but now intel launched its mobile series processors with windows 8 based smartphones n tablets. asus n microsoft''s new launches are its latest examples. so we can hopefully expect in future nokia phones may have intel 2nd or 3rd generation processors.
Posted: 21-03-2012 @ 23:18:09
intel don't make mobile phone processors. it produces pc, laptop's processors. so till now no nokia or other phones had any intel processor. but now intel launched its mobile series processors with windows 8 based smartphones n tablets. asus n microsoft''s new launches are its latest examples.
Posted: 21-03-2012 @ 23:15:50
Earlier today Nokia (NOK) announced via its website that it selected Windows Phone 7 as its primary smartphone operating system. The markets acted negatively, sending Nokia's stock down 10% while its partner, Microsoft (MSFT), and competitors traded flat for the day. There are still numerous questions surrounding the deal as Nokia appears to be shelving its Symbian operating system and Meego in favor of Windows, at least at the high end. Microsoft is going to provide the OS and Bing for search in high-end smartphones while Nokia will provide hardware knowledge and customization. The real question is how does Nokia attempt to crack the high end of the smartphone market; currently dominated by both Apple (AAPL) and Android from Google (GOOG). To Nokia's benefit it does have a large installed phone base to build upon but there are no WOW products. In the smartphone space it is all about open space and customization, areas which Microsoft does not have an advantage. Smartphones using Apple and Android allow the user to customize the product through apps. Microsoft has historically seen customization as the enemy going all the way back to the browser wars with Firefox, whose open source platform allowed for the creation of add-ons, enhancing the browser experience and allowing Firefox to obtain a significant browser market share. There are no WOW products in Nokia's portfolio in contrast to Apple's iPhone, for which Apple cannot make enough. Sony (SNE) already has a Playstation smartphone in development for release later in the spring, powered by Android and Qualcomm (QCOM), putting it far ahead of a potential Nokia Xbox phone. While the Nokia/Microsoft partnership is likely to leverage two important consumer brands, both brands are not looked upon fondly in the marketplace. Android and Apple have cornered the "must have" factor in the marketplace and at the present time nobody is rushing out to buy a Windows 7 or Nokia phone.
Posted: 25-10-2011 @ 14:22:26
Don’t expect to see a press release on it (since it doesn’t represent a material change to their finances), but Qualcomm has purchased 4G modem chip house Sandbridge Technologies Inc. Sandbridge had a multicore DSP design that was a departure from anything else on the market, and it appeared to be powerful enough for LTE. However, the company failed to get a significant “socket” for the chip, even though Samsung was one of the backers. Rumor has it that that the purchase was primarily for patents and IP, with no plans to carry the product line forward. The transaction price is rumored to be about $55 million. Infineon Acquires Blue Wonder Communications In effect, Intel bulks up more in LTE cellular as soon-to-be-acquired Infineon buys Dresden-based Blue Wonder Communications. Blue Wonder has been employing multiple Tensilica DSP cores for its LTE modem, with the 4G software stacks from UK-based 4M Wireless and Cairo-based SySDSoft. Mergers and acquisitions certainly aren’t confined to the U.S.
Posted: 30-07-2011 @ 11:52:49
Intel makes processor for computers and they are made to manage very much fast speed which is not needed on a mobile or a smartphone. And intel processor are just costly then others and therefore nokia would not be able to provide low cost mobile phone.Intel and Nokia last year partnered on the development of the meego OS for mobile device but Nokia abandoned the OS to establish a future smartphone strategy around Microsoft's windows phone OS.windows phone OS doesn't works on Intel's chips.
Posted: 30-07-2011 @ 07:39:20
Intel makes processor for computers and they are made to manage very much fast speed which is not needed on a mobile or a smartphone. And intel processor are just costly then others and therefore nokia would not be able to provide low cost mobile phone.Intel’s CEO Paul Otellini recently admitted that Nokia probably wasn’t the right partner for his company and said that the deal was partly to blame for the delay in its smartphone chips hitting the market. "In hindsight, Nokia was the wrong partner to have picked," said the Intel boss.
Posted: 29-07-2011 @ 21:08:36
Intel and Nokia last year partnered on the development of the meego OS for mobile device but Nokia abandoned the OS to establish a future smartphone strategy around Microsoft's windows phone OS.windows phone OS doesn't works on Intel's chips.
Posted: 29-07-2011 @ 10:35:45
Intel makes processor for computers and they are made to manage very much fast speed which is not needed on a mobile or a smartphone. And intel processor are just costly then others and therefore nokia would not be able to provide low cost mobile phone.
Posted: 28-07-2011 @ 22:04:08
Don’t expect to see a press release on it (since it doesn’t represent a material change to their finances), but Qualcomm has purchased 4G modem chip house Sandbridge Technologies Inc. Sandbridge had a multicore DSP design that was a departure from anything else on the market, and it appeared to be powerful enough for LTE. However, the company failed to get a significant “socket” for the chip, even though Samsung was one of the backers. Rumor has it that that the purchase was primarily for patents and IP, with no plans to carry the product line forward. The transaction price is rumored to be about $55 million. Infineon Acquires Blue Wonder Communications In effect, Intel bulks up more in LTE cellular as soon-to-be-acquired Infineon buys Dresden-based Blue Wonder Communications. Blue Wonder has been employing multiple Tensilica DSP cores for its LTE modem, with the 4G software stacks from UK-based 4M Wireless and Cairo-based SySDSoft. Mergers and acquisitions certainly aren’t confined to the U.S.
Posted: 27-07-2011 @ 18:08:00
Intel’s CEO Paul Otellini recently admitted that Nokia probably wasn’t the right partner for his company and said that the deal was partly to blame for the delay in its smartphone chips hitting the market. "In hindsight, Nokia was the wrong partner to have picked," said the Intel boss.
Posted: 27-07-2011 @ 14:29:13