Intel's Director of Product Marketing, Sumeet Syal, confirmed to TechCrunch that current Medfield x86 SoCs lack LTE (4G) support, but he noted that LTE is in the works and that Intel will be "shipping some LTE products later this year and ramping into 2013".
The lack of LTE support in Medfield chips was confirmed to TechCrunch by Sumeet Syal, Intel’s Director of Product Marketing (he wouldn’t be drawn on explaining the politics behind Medfield’s current geographical spread). He also confirmed 4G support is in the pipeline, noting that Intel will be “shipping some LTE products later this year and ramping into 2013? – so that particular barrier to U.S. entry may soon be removed.
Syal also revealed that Intel is developing a four-threaded (Hyper Treading) dual-core Medfield chip. He notes that the current "single core from Intel outperforms a lot of the dual-core and quad-cores out there", and adds that he thinks "we'll do it again when we introduce the dual-core product with four threads".