Lenovo was the first to announce an Android phone with an Intel processor, the K800. Presented at CES 2012, not only are there videos, but it has already been benchmarked.
With a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Z2460 processor, you have 512 KB of L2 cache and a PowerVR SGX 540 GPU with 400 MHz and two-channel LPDDR2 memory. Although the Penwell CPU is single-core, it works great, and Intel is already preparing dual-core processors and more powerful graphics.
The phone has a 4.5 inch 720p screen, 1 GB of RAM and an 8 megapixel camera.
Lenovo has built its own interface onto an Android gingerbread. Physically it has a solid feel and a very modern design with geometric lines and difficult curves. The arrival of Intel has a huge impact: it can handle giants like the Galaxy Nexus or the iPhone 4S, sometimes has higher performance, moderate consumption and can encode 1080p videos at 30 frames / second.
It is clear that Intel is committed to maintaining the dual core that it is introducing to the tablet market with. It will be interesting to see how the market reacts with companies like Lenovo and Motorola with devices that use different chips.
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