The world’s biggest chipmaker launched its Intel-designed microprocessors that power smartphones on Sunday, April 22. This marks Intel’s attempt at breaking through the competitive world of phones where it hopes to be one-generation ahead in the phone world by pushing a manufacturing technology that it aims to transition to faster than anyone else. The plans include a new family of Core microprocessors, called Ivy Bridge, which could offer better performance, including faster web browsing, super-responsive apps, and effortless multi-tasking. Intel launched its first smartphone in India powered by its Atom ‘medfield’ processor.
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