Marsavian: Based on your posts, I have 2 questions:
(1) The dual-core Medfields are being targeted at Tablets rather than at Smartphones. Do you think this is what Intel is doing? Given that, x86 is running later versions of Android (if not the latest), we can expect to see x86 based Android Tablets at MWC?
If this happens, it is a huge plus for Intel giving it a play in the pure Tablet market. (Of course, convertibles/detachables with Clover Trail+ and Core will have an increasing segment as well.)
(2) Given that dual-core Medfield is a 2W part, can this still be used for powerful Smartphones if its deep-sleep capabilities can provide an optimal Smartphone usage? In other words, what is the likelihood of seeing this dual-core Medfield part in high-end Smartphones?
If this happens, Intel will begin to be seen as a performance leader in the Smartphone market. With the original Medfield, and now Lexington and dual-core, Intel will address the medium, low, and high-end segments of the Smartphone market.