LG logoIntel’s Medfield processor for mobile devices is expected to take off in the first half of 2012 with plans to give Qualcomm, NVIDIA and Texas Instruments a run for their money. If you’re wondering who will be producing products that use Intel’s brand new chipset, it seems that we can confirm at least one manufacturer, and that would be none other than Korean manufacturer LG Electronics.

There were earlier rumors that suggested that LG would be producing Medfield devices, but it has not been confirmed until a recent report from the Korea TImes revealed the manufacturer’s plans, which also revealed that LG could very well be the first manufacturer to get a Medfield device out into the market.

Quoting a high-ranking LG executive, it seems that come CES 2012, LG’s Medfield-powered device will be revealed. Unfortunately that was pretty much all that was revealed, so we guess if you’re looking for hardware specs and what not, you will have to wait until CES 2012 where LG and Intel (and possibly other manufacturers) will be revealing Medfield-powered gadgets.

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