Reports are in, and a new Intel-powered Motorola device running Ice Cream Sandwich has been revealed. This is a pretty big announcement, being Motorola’s first Android 4.0 device, as well as their first device with an Intel CPU. Even more, this CPU is toting Intel’s Medfield platform, which is not just a CPU, but a SoC (system on a chip). This means that a single chip not only handles your typical CPU processes, but also handles the radio, GPU, camera and other components. With Microsoft developing its new operating systems with the goal to run on ARM chips, this is definitely going to be a competitive era for chip makers – particularly between Intel and ARM. Intel is not intending their Medfield platform as a game-changer, but rather as a competitive foray into the smartphone field. The device is expected to be revealed in its entirety at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.