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Thursday, 20 September 2007 21:32

Intel iPhone pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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IDF 2007: Concept


Intel's mobile VP Anand C has publicly said that he believes that the future will bring us to a ultra portable device that will have a massive touch sensitive screen.


It was fun to hear that Intel plans to reinvent the iPhone concept in 2008 and the best of all is that we managed to get a picture of that concept.


As you can clearly see on the model that this is a clearly a phone capable device and Intel has said that it won't sell this device but some of their partners might.


After all this means that Intel plans to get back to mobile phone market and fight with Qualcomm, TI, AMD and all the other players.

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