Motorola’s first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich handset pictured, will use Intel’s Medfield platform

Back in January, Motorola and Intel surprised the world by announcing that they’d launch Intel Medfield-based Android smartphones sometime in the second half of the year.

Now it looks like one of the first devices to come out of this collaboration has been pictured. It’s the unnamed Motorola smartphone seen below – which, according to PocketNow, will be Moto’s first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich device.

There aren’t too many details on this new Moto handset, but it’s said that its camera is going to be one of the main selling points, featuring 15 frame-per-second burst capture, and instant-on capabilities. Maybe we’re going to find out more about this at MWC 2012 later this month, although Motorola won’t hold any special event there.

Author: Florin

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  • Jason Howard

    I haven’t used the Motorola for a long time, I think the king of the cell phone world is Samsung, I hope Motorola’s first Android 4.0 cell phone will leave me a good impression.

  • Guest

     Being a Samsung follower myself, I can’t really agree. They’re just saturaing the market with far too many phones which look identical and sticking to a multitude of budget range devices that were no different from the last. They need to show us the Galaxy Note S, GS3 and the Tab 11.6 already and just forget anymore Galaxy S1/S2 Ace/Pop Star re-runs

  • Anonymous

    What will battery life be like?