Motorola and Intel set to launch first ICS device at Mobile World Congress
I’m pretty sure that by now many people would be knowing about the Multi billion-year-device partnership between tech giants Motorola and Intel at CES; well it has been confirmed now that both companies are expected to unveil the first device from that deal at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Details of which haven’t been provided as yet but what we do know is that the major selling feature of this device would be the camera which is said to offer instant-on capabilities as well as 15 frame-per-second burst capture. It appears that the device will have a dedicated camera button along its right side.
We can see from the single render of the device that it will be running Android 4.0, ICS along with Motorola’s custom UI. It also appears that Motorola will use on-screen buttons, similar to what we have seen with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
Now coming to the processing power of this device which features a single-core 1.6 GHz Intel Medfield processor, which is said to be competitive with the newer ARM-based processors coming from NVIDIA and Qualcomm, but we have yet to spend any extended time with an Intel-powered device so hopefully Motorola has a few surprises rolled up its sleeves for us at MWC.