Microsoft, Intel Announce XScale Smartphone
Feb 17, 2003, 3:39 PM by (staff)
Today at 3GSM World Congress 2003, Microsoft and Intel announced the immediate availability of the first Windows Powered Smartphone concept design based on the Intel Personal Internet Client Architecture (Intel PCA). Wistron Corp. is the first manufacturer to take advantage of this concept design. Wistron's device will be available later this year. The design, which includes a large color display and integrated camera, is powered by the Intel PXA262 XScale processor, which uses new stacked memory and microprocessor technology.
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