Lenovo K800 is the world’s first Android smartphone with an Intel processor
Lenovo had become the first manufacturer to be able to release an Android smartphone using Intel processor.
IN CES2012 site, Intel CEO Paul Otellini and Lenovo senior vice president, Liu Jun, Intel and Lenovo released the world’s first Android phone platform with an Intel prcoessor, the Lenovo K800. The phone has 4.03-inch screen, runs on Intel 1.6GHz kernel, with added support for 1080p playback, and battery of up to 14 days of standby time.
Lenovo K800 is the world’s first Android smartphone with an Intel processor, codename Medfield.
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Lenovo K800 can also be used to make the association smart TV remote control. While in addition to Lenovo, Motorola also plans to launch this summer their own smart phones based on Intel chips. For now, wait till the Lenovo K800 hits your favorite electronic store.