It appears that the engineers at Intel have a new smartphone in the works. An Intel device with the model name CZ120 just jumped through its FCC hoops. Although the FCC filing doesn't dish out all the goodies on this device, we are able to determine a few details. Here's what we know:
- 128 millimeters tall and 67 millimeters wide, with a thickness of 10 millimeters (this suggest a display size of 4.3 inches probably)
- A camera with a dual-LED flash on its back
- Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi, and GPS
- 3G HSPA+ networks on the 850/1900MHz frequency bands, or on 1750MHz WCDMA networks
Even though this phone is labeled as an "Intel smartphone" at the FCC, it is unlikely to come to market as an Intel branded product. More than likely this is being built as a product for a specific carrier. Of course, we could end up surprised and Intel could actually bring out there own branded smart-device. That would be a unique and interesting change in the mobile world. We will keep our eye out for this one and share any future details when they show up.