Thursday, May 17, 2012

Xolo X900 First Intel smartphone Launching in India

Xolo X900 First Intel smartphone Launching in India Next Week

Xolo X900 First Intel smartphone are launching with Lava International in the first smartphone made by chip maker's Atom processors next week in India. The Xolo X900 smartphone are 3G-enabled and operating system Android will go on sale in the country from 23 April 2012. It’s price Rs. 22,000 Indian rupees or USD $425.
This smartphone are based on a mention design developed by Intel and uses a Medfield-class System-on-a-Chip, the Atom Z2460, which combines a single-core, hypterthreading-enabled 1.6GHz central processor included 400MHz graphics core and a wireless networking radio. Intel and Lava International announced a technology joint venture at the Mobile World Congress in February.
The Xolo X900 smartphone has a 4.03-inch LCD multi-touch display with 1024-600 resolution and protected by Corning Gorilla Glass, full HD 1080p playback, dedicated HDMI output, and dual speakers, with a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera and 8 megapixel rear camera. Video and games get a performance boost from the 400MHz graphics processing unit. The display 4 inches diagonal, and the smartphone has HSPA+ 21 tech for connecting to 3G networks.

Only model has 16GB of internal storage and 1GB of RAM available, as per Lava's dedicated Xolo X900 website. Xolo X900 Intel-based smartphone runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS although is upgradeable to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, according to the smartphone manufacturer.

Intel has struggled to go through an exploding mobile device market that for the most part relies on processors using the ARM instruction set as an alternative of the chip giant's x86-based products which have extended dominated larger computing platforms like laptops and desktops. However the company has been determined in pronouncing that 2012 is the year that Intel-based smartphones will finally take off.

Medfield, Intel's 4th generation platform for what the company calls mobile Internet devices, is tipped to be the first Atom SoC with combination of processing strengths, wireless networking, and a low enough power draw to make it an alternative to ARM chips for smartphones and other mobile devices. 

Intel has also partnered with Motorola, Orange, ZTE and Lenovo, on Atom-based smartphones that are expected to be released in various markets in the next months.


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