LG hopes to catch up on its competitors (Samsung and Apple mainly), producing the first smartphone with an Intel Medfield Powered smartphone with Intel Processor. But will this be enough to really close the gap?

The year 2011 promised to be quite good for LG. The Optimus 2X was first smartphone to have a dual-core processor. The Optimus 3D was the first to announce a 3D display without the need to wear glasses, the LG Optimus Pad with the particularity of being able to watch but with 3D glasses.

“Intel’s chief executive Paul Otellini will release Intel’s first Android smartphone using our own platform at the CES,’’ said Intel Korea chief Lee Hee-sung to The Korean Times on Friday.

Until now, ARM, which reigns supreme in the field, thanks to its good compromise in terms of mobility. Intel was on its side so far largely confined to computers, netbooks and some DSL box / fiber. So a bet in which launches both Korean and American, because that says new, also said lack of experience in the field. The smartphone is still unknown, but will be announced at CES, which will place in a few days in Las Vegas.

First Intel Medfield Powered Android smartphone

A source working at LG, however, indicates that this device may never be put on sale, since it would be more of a technical demonstration and a way to confirm the agreement between the two firms. Indeed, this partnership is not limited to mobile devices because it is also question of connected TVs or netbooks.

But pending the arrival of Intel’s market of smartphones and tablets is growing day by day and such a scenario seems unlikely, especially after such a statement. In any case, LG has made a habit of leaving his new terminals around the month of March, for the first quarter is considered calm, following the holiday season. Both CES and MWC will see exactly the range that offer this constructor.

Other software and hardware details are not available on this  First Intel Medfield Powered LG Android phone at the moment. But the CES event gives a clue to intros this device. So what you guys think about First Intel Medfield Powered Android smartphone.

LG hopes to catch up on its competitors (Samsung and Apple mainly), producing the first smartphone with an Intel Medfield Powered smartphone