Satellite, Cable, Digital TV, Home Media, & Computers
|  Home   |  Forums   |  News   |  Blog   |
January 8, 2010

Intel unveils Moorestown smartphone

Bookmark and Share

by Darren Allan

Intel has been talking up its Moorestown platform at CES, showing off an LG smartphone which is built around it.

Moorestown is a system on a chip, with an integrated processor, graphics and memory controller.

The LG GW990 is actually a sort of cross between a smartphone and a tablet, given that it has a large five inch touchscreen display which supports full 720p HD playback.

Other details on the mobile device are scarce, although it is known that the GW990 will run the Linux based Moblin operating system.

The LG GW990 should be out in the second half of this year. And doubtless it won’t be the only device along these lines to emerge in 2010.

Story link: Intel unveils Moorestown smartphone


Discuss this in the Techwatch Forums

Related news to "Intel unveils Moorestown smartphone"




No Comments »

No comments yet.

Leave a comment


Previous: « BT reveals next 63 exchanges to get upgraded broadband
Next: Regional news scheme panel announced »

Visited 966 times, 1 so far today