Intel's serious push into cellphones began in late 2011 at its Developers Forum, where Google's Andy Rubin took to the stage to announce that all future versions of the Android operating system would include support for Intel's architecture. Since then, the company has seen handsets from Lenovo, Orange, and Lava all launch with the Atom-based Medfield processor. It's also partnered with Motorola for a multi-device, multi-year deal, and the new Silvermont architecture is on the way. You can follow all the news from Intel's big push into mobile right here.
RAZR i, believe: does Intel's first real smartphone measure up?
After years of promises, Intel's finally taking on the Snapdragon
Motorola RAZR i handset runs Android with an Intel processor (hands-on video)
Motorola is unveiling its first Intel-based smartphone, the RAZR i. While the device looks identical to the RAZR M, it features a new Medfield processor, which Intel says is its first with a clock speed of 2GHz.
Intel's first smartphone with Motorola will be a revamped Droid RAZR M
Pocket-lint reports that Motorola's Droid RAZR M design will be reused for Motorola's first Intel smartphone.
ZTE's Grand X IN: hands-on with the first Intel-based Android 4.0 phone
ZTE's Grand X IN, an updated version of its Grand X, is the first Android 4.0 phone to run on Intel's Medfield platform.
Intel guts, Android 4.0 brains: ZTE's Grand X IN launches next month in a new class of smartphones
ZTE's Grand X IN will be available in Europe starting next month, featuring Intel's Atom Z2460 processor and Android 4.0.
Motorola and Intel plan event for September 18th, hint at Medfield phone
Motorola and Intel have sent out invitations to the press for an event on September 18th in London.
Intel's Atom chips will support Android 4.1, no timeline given
Intel has said that it will be working to enable Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on its Atom-based processors.
ZTE launches Tegra 2-powered Grand X, promises Intel hardware later this year
ZTE has announced that it will release a phone powered by Intel hardware in the second half of 2012 as part of its new Grand line of smartphones.
Lenovo LePhone K800 is the first Medfield-powered phone in China
Intel's Medfield platform has moved into China with the launch of the Lenovo LePhone K800, the first Intel-powered smartphone in the country.
Intel releases native x86 Android 4.0 emulator for faster app debugging
Intel has released an x86 image for Android 4.0, which should speed up the PC-based Android emulator for developers.
Intel preps 22nm 'Merrifield' and '6331' smartphone processors for 2013
Intel's plans for two new, 22nm smartphone chips, Merrifield and the "6331", have been updated by Intel CEO Paul Otellini in a California investor meeting.
Lava Xolo X900 will be the world's first Intel smartphone starting April 23rd
The Lava Xolo X900, the first handset to include an Intel Atom processor, will launch in India on Monday.
First Intel smartphone launching 'later this week,' says CEO
Intel CEO Paul Otellini just told investors that the company's first smartphone is ready for launch. On a Q1 financial earnings call, he said that "the launch of our first Intel architecture-based smartphone" will occur "later this week."
Intel Medfield phone benchmarked, outperforms Galaxy Nexus
The upcoming Orange Santa Clara smartphone has had its Intel Medfield processor put to the test via browser benchmarks
Intel lays out its plan for Android, will cut chip size in half by 2014
Intel has laid out its long-term plans for its mobile processors, aiming to move from the current 32nm architectures of the "Medfield" Atom Z2460 to 22nm next year, and to just 14nm by 2014.
Intel and Lava announce Medfield-based Xolo X900 for India (hands-on)
Intel and Lava International have announced a Medfield-based Android smartphone called the Xolo X900 for the India market.
Orange Santa Clara runs Intel's Medfield processor, does just fine with Android apps (hands-on video)
We spent time with the Orange Santa Clara, a new Medfield-powered smartphone coming to the UK and France this summer.
Intel and Lava to launch Medfield-based Android phone in India this spring?
According to a report from BGR, Intel is planning to launch Medfield-based Android smartphones in India and China as early as April.
Rumored Motorola Medfield phone images, camera specs surface
Some renders of Motorola's first handset with an Intel Medfield chipset have surfaced on PocketNow. The phone is rumored to have an instant-on camera, shooting 15 fps.
Intel details new Medfield Atom processor, announces added Android app support (update: video)
We've spotted a couple of devices today with Intel's new Medfield chip, and this evening the company is finally coming clean about its forthcoming Atom processor, which is now confirmed to be coming to Lenovo and Motorola phones and tablets later this year.
Lenovo K800 is the first Intel-powered Medfield phone, coming to China in Q2 with Android 4.0
Lenovo will release the world's first Intel-powered phone in the second half of this year
Intel's Medfield reference design smartphone first hands-on
The floodgates have finally opened here at CES 2012 and we've just got done playing with Intel's reference design smartphone on the show floor.
Intel to show off LG Android phone running Medfield at CES, says Korea Times
It's all but a given that Intel will be showing off a smartphone running its Medfield platform at CES. According to a report from Korea Times attributed to Intel Korea chief Lee Hee-sung, Intel head Paul Otellini will be showing off an LG Android smartphone running Medfield, with the implication it would make its way to consumer release sometime later in the year.
Intel Android smartphone and tablet prototypes tested by MIT, look promising
Intel's Medfield system-on-chip has been teased all year as the platform for the company's big leap into mobile devices, and now we finally have some real hands-on feedback to report about it.