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Intel unveils Moorestown-powered LG smartphone at CES

Friday 8 January 2010 | 10:33 CET | News
Semiconductor producer Intel unveiled an LG smartphone which uses its successor to the Menlow platform designed for mobile internet devices at the CES in Las Vegas. Intel chief executive Paul Otellini presented LG's GW990 smartphone to help demonstrate the performance and software compatibility of 'Moorestown,' Intel's next-generation platform for handhelds and smartphones. He also showcased a smartphone reference design from Aava Mobile and a tablet reference design from OpenPeak. Moorestown has a 3D interface, can display HD video and is scheduled to launch during the first half of the year

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Intel / LG
Countries: World
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