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    MeeGo-based Intel Atom phone and tablet spotted from Russia with love

    First the 2018 World Cup and now this. An Intel press event in Moscow was reportedly the site of some new MeeGo device reveals.’s Anton Spiridonov was on hand and managed to spot Intel Atom-based phone the Hi/Lo Vibrant (we haven’t heard of the company, either) and a tablet of some sort, both equipped with the Linux-based OS.

    Not much else is known save for what appears to be a 5 megapixel camera labeled as such on the back. More pics below.

    David Novak
    David Novak
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