Tech lovers will be happy to hear that many new smartphones will be displayed at the Mobile World Congress later this month. Among the products that will be launched is also Motorola’s first Ice Cream Sandwich whose photo leaked on Tuesday, says CNET News.
The photo illustrating what is said to be the first Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)-based smartphone is now available on various websites on the Internet. Although the name of the new Motorola device remains unknown for the moment, analysts are convinced that it was endowed with a new version of Motorola’s MotoBlur user interface. The camera is better than the previous ones; it has a 15-frame-per-second burst capture.
The smartphone was provided with many other facilities. Analysts think the device will be shipped with Intel’s new mobile Medfield chip. This chip is believed to be one of the best mobile components of the moment because it is far better when it comes to speed and browser performance. Intel’s new chip is said to be even better than the ones contained by Apple’s iPhone 4S, the Motorola Droid Razr, and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
There are people who claim that the leaked Motorola photos are not real, but analysts have many reasons to believe the opposite. According to them, the mobile maker has already signed an agreement with Medfield in order to use its chips in a series of new smartphones.
The company announced in a previous statement that they will be unveiling a new smartphone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month. Since the leaked photo illustrates a device produced by Motorola, chances are that this is the product that everybody was waiting for. A spokesperson was not available for comments when CNET reporters contacted the mobile phone manufacturer to confirm the news.
Medfield is currently collaborating with many other IT giants among which Lenovo. The latter is said to use the Intel chip in its K800 smartphone. The device will be launched this year.