Ramos is currently prepping one of the first Android tablets powered by Intel's Atom Z2640 (Medfield) processor - a 1.6 GHz x86 chip paired with PowerVR SGX540 graphics.
Intel has been trying to enter the lucrative smartphone market for years now, but with little tangible success.
Intel's x86 chips may power the majority of the world's PCs, but Santa Clara says it is now ready to "fine-tune" its processor supply chain to target the tablet and smartphone space.
Intel has been eyeing the lucrative mobile space for years, and is now ready to seriously compete against ARM in the hyper-frenetic race for smartphone and tablet market share.
The first Intel-powered x86 (Medfield) smartphone will be hitting the hyper-competitive mobile market in China this summer - courtesy of Lenovo.
A prominent Silicon Valley analyst believes that Intel's recently introduced x86 Medfield platform is a "credible SoC" for smartphones.
Intel's issued its first serious challenge to ARM with the announcement that its chips are to feature in smartphones from Motorola and Lenovo.
Intel is hoping to claim significant tablet market share with its dual-core x86 Clover Trail SoCs - which could power a new generation of Windows 8 devices.
Intel's x86 Medfield (1.6GHz) SoC may boast some fairly impressive performance specs, but is still unlikely to threaten ARM's low-power sipping dominance of the lucrative mobile sphere.
Intel has prepared a number of Android Ice Cream Sandwich "packages" for potential smartphones and tablets powered by Santa Clara’s upcoming Medfield processor.
Intel’s upcoming Android tablet will apparently boast Near Field Communication (NFC) capabilities.
Google's head of Android, Andy Rubin, made what can only be described as a most awkward appearance at Intel's Developer Forum in San Francisco today, during CEO Paul Otellini's keynote.
Intel is currently in the process of porting Honeycomb (Android 3.0) for use with x86-powered tablets.
Intel senior VP Anand Chandrasekher has confirmed that the x86-based mobile processor known as "Medfield" will support Google's Android operating system.