Intel processors are ubiquitous in desktop PCs and laptops, and now they're finally making their way into smartphones. Intel announced Thursday that the first Intel-powered smartphone, the Xolo X900, will be available for sale on April 23.
That Lenovo K800 phone, just announced at Intel's CES keynote and running off of the company's 32-nanometer mobile 1.6GHz Medfield chip? It's here. I played with it. It's... okay?jump]
We're back on the live blog train, waiting for Intel CEO Paul Otellini to tell us just how ultra his ultrabooks are, and how this time seriously for realsies the company's got this whole mobile thing figured out.
The processor in your computer? Probably an Intel chip. The processor in your phone? Definitely not an Intel chip. And Intel would be the first to admit that it's fallen far behind in the mobile game. It desperately wants in on the post-PC land grab, but so far hasn't been able to put out a chip that's made into a…
Both companies are dropping clues that Nokia and Intel are working on a new mobile chip—a move that could solve serious problems for both. Intel and Nokia's love affair, it seems, is bigger than Meego.