Intel Unveils Lenovo K800: A Move Towards Smartphone Computing

Gradually, the CES 2012 is gaining momentum while heavyweights of the technology industry are unfurling their plans. One such giant Intel launched the first Intel architecture smartphone which they are planning to bring with Lenovo.

On the very first of day of the event, Paul Otellini, President and CEO, Intel Corporation graced the podium to announce their plan to bring Lenovo K800 smartphone. It became more rejoicing when Otellini called Liu Jun, Senior Vice President and President of Mobile Internet and Digital Home Group, Lenovo on the stage to formally launch the smartphone before the jubiliant and excited crowd of audience and journalists. Otellini took the center-stage with the promise to the audience that the best from Intel computing will be reflected in the smartphones they are planning to bring for the users sometime in 2012.

Lenovo K800 is going to be the world’s first smartphone to be based on the Intel architecture. The phone will carry the powerful 1.6-GHz Intel Medfield processor, 4.5-inch 720p display and will run on Android 2.3 mobile operating system. The Lenovo K800 also features an 8 MP rear camera that will support upto ISO 3200. It is scheduled to be launched in China in Q2 2012, whereas rest of the world will get this phone little later.

CES is going to stay for some more days so many more announcements and innovations are yet to come. Qresolve, the premier computer support service provider is keeping a close tab on the CES developments so keep on visiting us for more updates.

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