Motorola Mobility is all but ready to unleash the power of the world’s first phone that runs on the new Intel Medfield x86 mobile chipset, with new rendered images of the Android handset confirming its promise.
The American phone maker broke the news during the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 at Las Vegas in January that an Intel Medfield phone will be coming, and now reports say that it will be in the company’s booth at the Mobile World Congress later this month.
No other detail is available for the phone apart from the fact that it will run on Google’s latest OS version, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and some Motorola user interface modifications on top of it.
According to reports, it will also have a new feature similar to that of Fast Boot from HTC, and the camera will have 15fps burst capture.
The touchscreen has 720p HD resolution with a 16:9 aspect ratio while the chipset will likely be the single-core Intel Atom Z2460, the only Medfield chipset as of this writing.
Motorola has yet to confirm if this device exists so take this news with a pinch of salt.