While Intel-powered Android devices might not be as widespread as its ARM-powered ones, Intel certainly has been making progress, especially with the launch of the Motorola RAZR i which is basically the Intel version of the RAZR M, sporting a 2GHz single-core processor which Intel has boasted has the potential to beat those of the dual-core variety. Well the good news is that if you were planning on picking up an Intel-powered Android handset or if you were looking for a reason to, Google has announced that Chrome for Android has finally made its way onto Intel x86 devices. Granted there aren’t too many Intel Android devices at the moment, but it’s still a good sign as Intel devices start to gain more traction. If you’re one of the early adopters of Intel’s phones and would like to replace the default Android browser with Chrome, head on over to the Google Play store for the download.

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