New Cost and Performance Competitive Intel Budget Android* Smartphone Announced Today at CES 2013

Intel today unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas a new  Atom-based Android* phone that it says uses lower power and is designed for low-cost smartphones. The phone is very high in performance/cost ratio and offers eye-catching features and performance capabilities. In Live video streamed presentation, Mike Bell, general manager of Intel’s mobile and communications group, said“At Intel, we believe high-end smartphone features should be within everybody’s reach,” 

Intel had three design wins for this new  higher performance budget Android platform, formerly "Lexington" which Acer, Lava, and Safaricom will be shipping phones based on the platform this quarter, in countries “across the world.”:

  1. Acer ( In Asia)
  2. Safaricom ( Africa)
  3. Lava ( India)

The new Atom Z2420 w/XMM 6265 chip, code-named Lexington has the following competitive specifications, performance and features:

  1. Runs Google’s Android
  2. The 1.2 GHz Atom processor Z2420 with hyperthreading has up to 1.2GHz
  3. Dual sim cards
  4. Intel XMM 6265 HSPA+ modem
  5. HD video encoding and decoding (1080p 30fps)
  6. 1.3MP front-facing cameras, 5MP rear-facing cameras
  7. Camera support with seven-frame burst mode, and SGX540 graphics.
  8. FM radio to get media contents without using your data plan
  9. Equipped with microSD card slot to easily expands your storage(now a 32GB SD card onlycost around $30)
  10. Intel Wireless Display for playback on TVs or devices

AnandTech got a few minutes with a Lexington form factor reference design, and had this Hands on with Intel's Lexington Platform Z2420 Phone

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