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Intel porting Jelly Bean to its Atom architecture, is in no hurry to tell you when it's done

Intel porting Jelly Bean to its Atom architecture, is in no hurry to tell you when it's done
Daniel Cooper
Daniel Cooper|@danielwcooper|July 24, 2012 12:26 PM

Intel has revealed that it's working on bringing Jelly Bean to its low-power Atom architecture. In an email to PC World, company rep Suzy Greenberg confirmed the project was ongoing, but didn't offer a timeline as to when the latest flavor of Google's mobile OS would arrive on a device. It's the same story regarding when Ice Cream Sandwich would turn up on Medfield-powered devices like the San Diego and its brethren. The report also pours cold water on hopes for Clover Trail powered Android gear -- saying that it's pencilled in as a Windows 8-only platform.

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