Intel and Motorola announced a “multi-device, multi-year” partnership to build smartphones and tablets powered by Intel’s Atom processors for mobile devices. The exact details remain vague, but we do know each of the devices will feature the Android operating system. Both parties have committed not only to marrying their products, but also to sharing the duties of hardware design, software customization, and the curation of services. What will this mean for consumers? According to both parties, longer battery life, better cameras, smarter computing, and faster data connections.