We know that Intel has been hard at work trying to break into the mobile scene, although apart from the Motorola Droid RAZR i, other devices powered by Intels’ Medfield processor certainly leaves much to be desired in terms of design and hardware specs. Perhaps it might not be Intel’s strategy at the moment to go head to head with the high-end Android devices because if the reports are to be believed, it seems that thanks to a couple of Bluetooth filing, it has been revealed that Intel has a couple of handsets designed for emerging markets where they are hoping to capture the market share.
These devices will be known as either the Intel Lexington or the Intel Zeeya Beach, and while the filings did state that these devices could arrive to markets all around the world, it has been speculated that perhaps they will be making their mark in Africa first. The folks at Unwired View have gotten their hands on the image of the device, and as you can see it looks pretty much as entry-level as it gets. The specs of the device remain unknown for now, but then again if they are indeed entry-level, there’s probably really nothing much to shout about. Hopefully 2013 will be the year when we see more high-end Intel devices, but for now perhaps emerging markets could be Intel’s goal.
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