The ubiquitous chip manufacturer is set to get involved in the mobile device market and promises to offer better battery life and camera capabilities.

Chip maker Intel has announced its first foray into the booming smartphone market producing devices for Lenovo and Motorola.

The move marks a bid by Intel to directly challenge the dominance of British chip maker Arm which powers the current generation of smartphones. The Drum.

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