During the CES, LG demonstrated its GW990, the first smartphone utilizing Intel's Moorestown Atom processor. As can be seen on the video below, the device sports a 4,8" widescreen display which allows for multitasking as well. The screen is then divided in three panels. The Linux-distribution Moblin is used as operating system.
The GW990 features 16 GB of internal flashmemory, as well as 512 MB of RAM. A microSD expansion slot is also present. The screen has a 1024 x 480 pixel resolution, though 720p output is also possible. The smartphone is powered by an 1850 mAh battery.
To connect with a provider the smartphone (or mobile internet device, as is printed on the side), uses HSDPA 7.2 and HSUPA 5.76. Wireless 802.11 networks are also supported. LG's GW990 features GPS, a digital compass and a 5 megapixel camera.