By Jaime Rivera | January 13, 2012 5:39 AM
Intel has not only decided to finally take the mobile device market seriously, but they’ve just shown us how quick they can be in providing us with results. Just a couple of days ago Intel confirmed that they would be launching a Smartphone with their Intel Atom Z2460, but to our surprise, their launch partner was no longer LG but instead Lenovo with their announcement of the K800 Smartphone.
There are two key reasons why you’ll want to consider an Intel smartphone in the future. First of all, it’s battery life. The device seems to handle complicated processes with so much ease that the device doesn’t heat up or spill your battery life. Second is the fact that it’s way to handle video in 3D is quite impressive.
Here we have Intel officially telling us why their processor is better than the competition.
To begin selling this new Atom processor, they partnered with Lenovo to launch their K800 Smartphone. We still have no release dates or a price point for this device, but so far the design and performance make it stand out from the crowd.