LEAK: Motorola’s first Android ICS smartphone powered by Intel’s Medfield chipset

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Early this year, more precisely on January 10 at the International Consumer Electronics Show Intel and Motorola announced a future multi-year partnership.

Now fast forward to today, according to PocketNow what you see in the image above is the first Motorola smartphone to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box and the first of its kind powered by Intel’s Medfield chipset.

In terms of hardware specification beside that it sports Intel’s chipset will arrive with a new version of the MotoBlur UI and the ability to take instant shots  at a speed of 15 frame-per-second (burst capture).

More details will be unveiled later this month at the Mobile World Congress which takes place in Barcelona, Spain.

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