The chipmaker's cooperation with China's Spreadtrum company continues to be out of the limelight with a new Leagoo brand
Two years have passed since then Intel Announced a stop Development Its chips to the home market, but it turns out that its Airmont Core cores continue to exist in the crowded Android world thanks to Chinese Spreadtrum, which signed a collaboration agreement with it - and there are even new processing products and smartphones created as a result of this alliance.
The new smartphone is the relatively anonymous Chinese company Legoo T5c (at least for those who do not usually visit Gearbest and Aliexpress on a regular basis), and includes chip The new SC9853i, which is based on 14 nanometer production and eight 1.8GHz Intel processing cores, a PowerVR GT7200 core, an 5.5 IPS screen, and a 1080p resolution from Sharp, a dynamic 3 gigabyte memory, storage Built-in 32-GB system Android Nougat, built-in 3,000mAh battery and metal case.
The Huawei P10-inspired design that draws inspiration from the Huawei P13 features a built-in front-facing fingerprint scanner, a back-up camera with the XNUMX main megapixel sensor based on סמסונג And a secondary 2 megapixel unit to create a picture boca effect, a 5 megapixel camera for salafi images and two shades that purchasers can choose: black or gilded.
The Intel-branded device will be available at various international Chinese stores starting in the coming weeks, at a formal basic price tag of 130 USD, or as NIS 460 (excluding any possible VAT payment). It's not quite the comeback we'd expect from Intel, but it's also something quite surprising, and who knows - maybe with the long-awaited move to the new 10 nanometer lithography at the giant company, they'll decide that they're finally ready to bring the corescore As part of a new re-experiment (individually or through third party companies, as in the case of Spreadtrum).