Intel's Anand Chandrasekher revealed at MWC 2011 that the company's 32nm Medfield is sampling for mobile devices and that it will be used in at will be used for phones. Chandrasekher promised the device will offer at least three times the usage time of other phones, but he remained vague on standby time.
The company has announced that it is starting to sample or test its 32nm Medfield processor for mobile devices with its customers (obviously, it's not telling us with ones) and more importantly that it will ship in a phone. Yep, Intel's Senior Vice President Anand Chandrasekher spoke quite firmly about how the platform will in fact ship in smartphones and that it will also support Android. He pulled out the phone above just as a proof point, and while he didn't say who made it, we have a sneaking suspicion it is that Aava Mobile phone we've heard about.