Microsoft’s decision to support ARM processors in Windows 8 has likely ruffled quite a few feathers at Intel – allowing ARM to access the desktop threatens the highly profitable x86 market.

Intel now strikes back by providing its high-speed Atom processors to more and more Android manufacturers. So far, the CPU’s did not make it into high end devices…a fact which has just changed with the Motorola Razr i.

From a technical standpoint, the device is not too interesting – its USP is a screen wíth a very, very slim border. The really important fact is that it runs on a 2GhZ Atom CPU…a speed which ARM based cores have not yet reached.

Find out more via the URL below – sadly, one cannot embed videos from the GSMA:
http://www.mobileworldlive.com/videos/intel-and-motorola-take-razr-to-the-edge/25329

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