Powered by its new Atom Z2420 platform, which is aimed at emerging markets
Chip maker Intel is planning a great push on the mobile market, it seems, as it has already announced plans to be present on the floor at the upcoming 2013 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona with new devices in its pockets.To be more precise, the company announced that it would showcase a “new dual core, dual graphics platform” for the smartphone market at the event, along with devices to feature it.
Intel confirmed that new Atom Z2420 platform will be present inside these devices, and that they will be aimed at emerging markets. Other devices powered by Intel technology will also be demoed at the event.
“Intel will showcase how its products and technologies are transforming mobile experiences -- from turning big data into insights and business actions, to transforming networks, to delivering performance driven devices,” the company announced.