Motorola Casinos Awed By Intel Medfield Display at MWC Show
Feb 17, 2012
Mobile gamers excited by the latest rumors that Motorola could bring an Inter Medfield powered smartphone to this year’s MWC.
A mock-up image of a Motorola smartphone featuring Intel Medfield x86 chipset brings fans of mobile casinos to the point of ultimate ecstasy.
Earlier this year at CES, Motorola made it public that they will be powering some of their mobile casino gambling devices with the latest Intel Medfield chipset. It seems that they will deliver on their promise at the upcoming MWC.
The images stipulated that the mega-smartphone will be powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and will use a custom UI.
The rumored phone is to have a 16:9 aspect ratio, possibly with 720p resolution. Rumors of a SuperAMOLED screen are yet to be confirmed by mobile casino games enthusiasts.
The chipset inside the upcoming Motorola will most probably be the single-core Intel Atom Z2460, currently the only chipset in the Medfield family.
Read more about the Intel’s innovation in our Intel to Take Mobile Casino Gambling on Another Level article.
Tune in for our coverage of the MWC as we bring you the latest updates from the upcoming technology expo, where fans of Android casinos are guaranteed to learn a thing or two about the next big names in the smartphone world.
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