Motorola’s upcoming Intel Medfield smartphone has been leaked ahead of Mobile World Congress (MWC).
An official snap of the as-yet unnamed handset has cropped up online, giving tech fans a sneak peek of the phone-maker’s debut Android 4.0 – aka Ice Cream - effort.
It’s one of several devices in the pipeline powered by Intel’s new Medfield processor, which offers a more power-efficient 32nm semiconductor technology compared to the 45nm OMAP chipsets by Texas Instruments that are traditionally on board Moto smarties.
Specs are still under wraps, but we expect at least a dual core core processor under the hood. Rumour has it there’s also an ‘instant on’ camera on board that shoots 15 frames per second.
The handset itself is a fairly slim affair, but features no physical buttons on the front, following in the footsteps of several button-less smarties that have launched lately.
Motorola is likely to officially announce the handset at MWC later this month. We’ll bring you more gen as soon as we have it.
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