Lava Xolo X900 Android Smartphone with Intel Inside

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Lava Xolo X900 is the first Intel Medfield based Android smartphone in the world. It has been launched in India and getting lots of attention too. It is priced at Rs. 22,000 ($425 approx.) which is really competitive.Lava Xolo X900Lava Xolo X900 is based on Intel Medfield platform for smartphone. Medfield is a smartphone chip which is itself based on Intel’s Atom processor used in netbooks. The Xolo X900 has an Atom Z2460 Soc containing 1.6GHz single core CPU with hyper-threading, just like your PC or laptop. The GPU is clocked at 400MHz with 32-bit LPDDR2 memory. Lets have a look at the specifications of Xolo X900:Lava Xolo X900 really packs some great hardware for a smartphone but it also has its low points. Xolo X900 runs on Gingerbread while its competitors are launching smartphones with Ice Cream Sandwich. But Lava has promised an OTA update in a month or so. It features a 4.03-inch capacitive touchscreen with a weird 1024×600 pixels resolution. Most of the android apps are not compatible with this screen resolution. Xolo X900 also features a micro SIM slot so you’ll have to cut your normal SIM or get a new SIM from your telecom operator. The build quality of this phone is nothing great but it feels above average in the hands. The battery is also not user replaceable.Overall, Lava Xolo X900 is a nice package with lots of features. Another thing fascinating about this smartphone is it has a Intel Inside logo on the back cover like your PC and laptop. The performance is good with Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich will only boost it. It is available in India for Rs.20,000 and you can buy it from Croma stores or from official Lava website. Visit to find a local store near you.


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