Intel has only about six smartphones to its credit so far – XOLO X900 by Lava International, Lenovo LePhone 800, Android smartphone code-named San Diego, LTE Grand X IN, Megafon Mint and the recently launched Motorola Razor I. Additionally, Intel claims to have around 20 tablet design in its pipeline up for launch this year.
On the other hand, ARM technology powers some of the most popular devices and is present in a number of smartphone and tablet devices in the market. Some of the products enabled by ARM’s technology are – Apple’s iPhone and iPad, Amazon Kindle2, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Samsung Galaxy S, HTC Sensation, HTC Desire, Samsung Omnia, Asus PDA and Acer beTouch400 among many others.
look rufus, you and the rest of the gnomes that hang out on this board exchange your stupid opinions about what is and what will be, you completely miss out on what is important. Fact is, you know only what they tell you....everything else is wild speculation. You AxSxS clowns are pure entertainment!!!!!!!