Intel announced today at CES 2012 that Motorola Mobility and Lenovo will release smartphones later in 2012 that will have a version of Intel's Atom processor inside.
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Intel showed off prototypes of smartphones and tablets running on a version of its Atom processor to select members of the press with plans to release the first such products in 2012.
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