Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Intel Atom is ready with a version of Android for smartphones with Atom

Although Intel announced a partnership with Nokia on a common mobile platform, Intel Atom, do not seem to stop looking for other software options. From words to Renee James, who is general manager of the department for software and services to Intel, said during the Intel Atom Developer Forum in China, we understand that the company already has a version of Android, which works with Intel Atom based smartphones, and even have interested customers. The idea of the company is to enable the new Intel Atom chips to work more mobile OS. Currently the mobile market is dominated by chips ARM, using another architecture (RISC), and relevant software, working with them is not compatible with x86 architecture of Intel Atom.

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