Intel Introduces Z2420, Termed As ‘No Compromise Device’

Posted on Jan 8 2013 - 2:50am by Editorial Staff
Intel Z2420 Atom

Intel Z2420 Atom

Intel today at CES 2013 introduced a new atom chip, codenamed Lexington, called as the Atom Z2420, which the company’s VP of the Mobile and Communication Group, Mike Bell termed as “no compromise device.” The device features 1.2GHz hyperthreading, with optimized to run on Android applications.

The device compromise of 320 X 240 resolution screen and will uses the same PowerVR SGX 540 graphics through. Other things to include are dual-sim support, and dual standby. FM radio, a microSD card slot, and it support Intel’s Wireless Display (WiDi) technology. The three telco Acer, Safaricom (surprised as not heard of it) and Lava although other details like pricing and availability will be available later on, said the Bell.

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