1. How to Enter
Scan the NFC tags around the booth (Easter Eggs) and you will receive a URL. Go to URL and answer 4 questions. Hand in your business card with the 4 digit code you receive after ticking the answers and you will enter the raffle Tuesday, April 9th at 16.30h and Wednesday, April 10th at 16.15h. The winner will randomly be chosen at the specified times. The winner needs to be present to win (no delegate).
China's ZTE has announced a deal to use Intel chips in its forthcoming smartphones. The company said that it would use the new Intel Atom Processor Z2580 platform recently announced at Mobile World Congress for a range of smartphones.
The already blurry line between larger and larger mobile phones and smaller and lighter tablets has now become even fuzzier with Asus’s announcement this week of the “Fonepad,” a 7-inch Android * tablet powered by an Atom™ Z2420 processor platform. Yes, it’s a tablet that makes phone calls. Call it a “phablet.”
Asus’s new Fonepad is a tablet that can make phone calls, thanks to Intel Atom mobile technology.
Last week at MWC, while most of the attention at Intel's booth was on Intel's cell phones and tablets, a lot of attentions were given to Intel's new low-power, multimode-multiband 4G LTE modem, XMM 7160.
WHEN: Feb. 25 – 28, 2013
WHERE: Fira Gran Via, Barcelona, Spain
Intel Booth: Hall 3, Booth #3C34
Intel in App Planet: Hall 8.2, Booth #8.1E20
WHAT:Intel Corporation will showcase leading mobile and communications solutions at Mobile World Congress 2013. In addition to the main Intel booth, the company will have a presence in the App Planet Exhibition and at the Vodafone* Booth in the GSMA Connected City.
Overview of demos, tools, and showcases
Intel is offering a wide variety of demos for Android* at the Intel booth, including: