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Lenovo's K900 one of the first to use Intel's dual-core mobile chip

By Shawn Knight
Jan 9, 2013
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  1. Lenovo's K900 smartphone will be one of the first to utilize Intel's new dual-core Atom processor for mobile devices. The 32-nanometer chip roughly doubles the processing power found in the single-core Medfield CPU that powered the K800 handset and also...

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  2. dcnc123

    dcnc123 TS Member Posts: 52

    Definitely it's got to be android OS...
     
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  3. captainawesome

    captainawesome TS Guru Posts: 418   +42

    Maybe Ubuntu :)
     
  4. My guess is Windows Phone
     
  5. Arris

    Arris TS Evangelist Posts: 4,601   +110

    Didn't Intel market their single core Atom mobile processor as powerful enough to power a phone, no need to dual/quad core malarky? And now they join the club and roll out multi cores...
     
  6. "Didn't Intel market their single core Atom mobile processor as powerful enough to power a phone, no need to dual/quad core malarky? And now they join the club and roll out multi cores..."

    Yup, I still remember it. And Intel said that multiple cores on your smartphone is the smartest way to deplete the battery. And now they rollout dual-core mobile chip *LoL
     
  7. PC nerd

    PC nerd TS Booster Posts: 327   +38

    If that's released, I know what phone I'll be buying.
     
  8. KbloodyK

    KbloodyK TS Member Posts: 24

    god I hope not
     


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