We’re quite used to seeing tablets and smartphones being powered by ARM processors, but how often do you see a device powered by Intel’s Moorestown processor? Intel does seem to be getting rather serious about getting its processors into mobile devices, and now pictures of an Aava prototype phone that is powered by the aforementioned silicon have surfaced. It’s running the MeeGo OS, which is the OS that Nokia will be using the power its next generation of powerful phones on. Details on this device weren’t mentioned just yet, but we do know that the browser and Wi-Fi were working on this prototype. We’re looking forward to digging up more information on this.
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