Intel’s Moorestown Platform showcased at CES LG Mobile

At the CES 2010, Paul Ottelini Chief Executive of Intel showcased a mobile handset which has been manufactured by LG and has been build on the technology firm’s Moorestown platform.

The gadget is said to have brought Intel Inside from computers to mobile phone devices. It appeared in the unspoken part of the CES theme of blurring between thr line of portable computer devices and mobile phones.

Intel does as we all know hold a very dominant position when it comes to providing processors for computers and at present hasn’t managed to get into the mobile handsets game. But now that mobile phones have now become smartphones this has given Intel an advantage.

The LG mobile that was showcased has been named the LG GW990 smartphone. It does look something like an iPhone of course it has an Intel processor and runs on Moblin operating system. It sports a 5 inch multi touch display. To find out more visit topnews.us

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