First introduced back at MWC last year, the Medfield SoC has been Intel's much-awaited mobile processor offering. The chip giant has finally unveiled its first smartphone SoC at CES 2012, the Intel Atom Z2460, as well as named two major manufacturers that'll be offering the first Medfield-powered devices, as early as Q2 2012.
At CES 2012, Intel has officially launched Medfield — the Atom Z2460 — a smartphone SoC that’s going into products that will actually ship. That last is particularly important — unlike past launches, Intel has held Medfield back until its partners were ready to go to press as well. Motorola has announced a multi-stage deal involving both phones and tablets, with phones coming first and expected by this summer, while Lenovo demoed its K800 smartphone (intended for the Chinese market) from stage this afternoon.
Results based on the observed performance of all three devices.
All three phones were running Gingerbread 2.3.
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