Here's chance to look at the Motorola's first Android 4.0 smartphone powered with Intel Medfield processor on board. In general, Motorola employs Texas Instruments OMAP Processors, but this time it deployed Silicon giant Intel's chip designed for smart devices. Today, the tech blogger Pocketnow managed to get the image of this unnamed Motorola smartphone and therefore we're here to share it with our readers. Since the masterpiece isn't official, the specifications and features are unknown for the time. However, we can still derive some points by looking at this image.
The new Motorola smartphone looks similar to the recently launched Motorola DROID RAZR. This smartphone is expected to carry atleast a 4.2 to 4.7 inch touchscreen display with Capacitive buttons. On top of Android Ice Cream Sandwich, the device sports a new version of MOTOBLUR user interface. While looking at the side view, we can understand that it has a dedicated camera button, volume rockers, and screen-lock button. This means, it is expected to be a camera centric smartphone offering instant-on capabilities and 15-fps burst capture.
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