Xolo X900: World's first Intel smartphone
Intel and Lava have joined hands to come up with Xolo X900 - world's first smartphone to be powered by Intel's Atom processors. The handset will be released in India on April 23rd. WATCH VIDEOgadgets Updated: Apr 19, 2012 17:20 IST
Intel and Lava have joined hands to come up with Xolo X900 - world's first smartphone to be powered by Intel's Atom processors. The handset will be released in India on April 23rd.
"The first smartphone with Intel inside is now available to Indian consumers. The boundaries of personal computing are expanding. As we enter the India market with our first smartphone from Lava, the device not only showcases the rich capabilities and user benefits of Intel computing, but also highlights the exciting possibilities of what's still to come," Mike Bell, Intel corporate vice president, was quoted as saying by Slashgear.
Priced at Rs. 22,000, Xolo X900, has been designed to provide up to 5 hours of 3G browsing and 45 hours of audio. It also supports HDMI®, NFC and HD video playback.
"The XOLO X900 is powered by a super-fast 1.6 Ghz processor and comes equipped with a 4.03-inch high-resolution LCD touchscreen for crisp text and vibrant images. The smartphone delivers a fast application, web browsing and multitasking experience, and also features two cameras for advanced imaging and video capabilities, including burst mode that allows individuals to capture 10 pictures in undera second with 8-megapixel quality," says the phone's official website.