According to latest rumors the next Linux based smartphone by Nokia, which is rumored to be named N9, coul be based on an Intel's x86 low-power CPU, presumably Moorestown.
This is quite a pity I think.
First of all the first Moorestown device, IIRC by LG, was an enormous flop. It got hot during runtime and I do not know if it ever actually came into the stores it was only shown off at CES last year.
For the time being LiMo quite cleverly marketed almost any Linux based device by their members as "devices based on LiMo technologies" but actually there were no real LiMo compliant devices available.
According to LinuxDevices http://www.linuxfordevices.com/c/a/News/Vodafone-360-H1/ this is going to change and first real LiMo spec compliant devices seem to emerge.
They also announced the availability of an app-SDK with it - it will be interesting to see how "open" those devices will actually be.
Finally something positive to report!
Florian just uploaded installable images of an Angstrom based distribution with GPE Phone Edition:
And here is a screen shot:
We were even able to make our first phone calls with it ;)
Pleas try it and give feedback!