At 2012 Mobile World Congress (MWC) at Montjuic, Fira de Barcelona, Spain, Intel will showcase mobile and communications solutions. In addition to the main Intel booth, the company will have a presence in various showcase venues.
Intel will host a news conference on Monday, Feb. 27 at 5:30 p.m. CET. President and CEO Paul S. Otellini will highlight Intel's mobile strategy and progress to expand its presence in new and existing markets.
With the arrival of LTE, the growth of embedded services and global adoption reaching new peaks, the potential for mobile has never been greater. Intel's sessions will look at future trends that will shape how we communicate in the next 10 years.
Through a variety of interactive demonstrations, Intel will highlight solutions across a range of mobile market segments, including Intel Atom processor-based smartphone and tablets; and wireless solutions from Intel Mobile Communications.
Intel is expected to showcase Lenovo's K800 smartphone that features its Atom Z2460 processor and Google's Android operating system. The smartphone, which is expected to launch in China in the second quarter, will feature Intel's XMM 6260 HSPA+ platform and Lenovo's LeOS user interface.
For tablet PCs, Intel is also expected to showcase its 32nm Clover Trail-based Atom processors designed for tablet PCs and hybrid machines with support for Windows 8.
Intel is also expected to reveal more details about its cooperation with Motorola over smartphones at the show.
Intel will also feature the latest Intel AppUp center demos, as well as the Intel AppUpSM developer program.
Android developers will also have the chance to join Intel for an informal brunch to learn more about developing apps for smartphones and tablets based on Intel Architecture. The company will showcase tools and tips for developers to create apps for Android devices based on Intel Atom processors.