On Tuesday, Motorola Mobility and Intel announced that Motorola will be using Intel processors in their future tablets as well as smartphones. Motorola Mobility, the Libertyville based company, also confirmed that its upcoming devices will be powered by Google's Android operating system.
At the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Las Vegas, both the companies declared their "multi-year, multi-device strategic relationship", reported ITP.
This new partnership will be combining Intel's latest Atom Z2460 processor, termed as "Medfield" along with Motorola's future Android devices.
This partnership clearly indicates that Intel is focusing more on Google's Android platform and for the time being the long partnership with Microsoft along with Windows Phone 7 and Windows 8 operating systems is not a part of their new mobile strategy.
Meanwhile, Chairman and CEO of Motorola Mobility, Sanjay Jha stated that the latest Intel-based smartphones might be ready by this summer. According to Intel CEO, Paul Otellini, the chips of the company will be providing a great platform for various mobile innovations.
This partnership includes collaborating on software as well as hardware in order to produce smartphones and tablets that will have better battery life, higher graphics capability and many other impressive features.