Tag Archives: Medfield

Motorola RAZR i Benchmarked, Intel Medfield Tested

The Motorola RAZR i contains the new Intel Medfield processor, clocked at a whopping 2GHz. We know it’s some impressive tech, but how does it stack up against the competition? Well the RAZR i was pitted against the Snapdragon S4 wielding RAZR M and a ZTE Grand X IN with a 1.6GHz Medfield Z2460. Here are the results: The Intel processor is… Read more

Intel Finished Porting Jelly Bean To Medfield

Intels Medfield processors are significantly different from all the others, which are ARM. Thus, it’s harder to get Android running on them. Before, Medfield phones could only run either Gingerbread or Ice Cream Sandwich, and Jelly Bean didn’t work. Luckily, Intel got Jelly Bean working at a fairly good time, and hopefully they’ll be releasing builds of… Read more

Can Intel make a decent mobile processor?

If you own a modern smartphone, chances are it runs on an ARM based processor from manufacturers like Qualcomm or Texas Instruments. These processors are low power compared to those inside a computer, and offer less performance. Mobile operating system don’t require all that much power, and the low power usage makes ARM processors ideal for mobile phones…. Read more

Intel’s first Medfield customer to be LG

Intel sent waves through the Android community when they announced that they would be jumping into the SoC game recently. Now, though reference designs were released to manufacturers, we had not heard from any device makers that their new Medfield chip would be incorporated into any new offerings. Well, that changed today. LG Electronics, the South Korean… Read more