Intel powered Smartphone for India

Posted on Apr 20 2012 - 5:38pm by Christopher

Intel Atom Processor

Intel is officially entering an unchartered territory with the release of the all-new smartphone Xolo X900 in association with Lava. It is Intel’s Atom  Z2460 processor. It is the powerful mobile phone processor available. What is special with the release is, the new phone is only for India, at least for now. It is because of Lava, a developing mobile phone maker in India. The new phone was released on April 19, 2012 and will be available for sale from April 22.

Xolo X900 will be the first of the new range of mobile phones from Lava named as Xolo. It is the first mobile phone in the world to be powered by Intel Inside®. Lava believes that with the increase in company’s performance over the years, it can make it really big with its association with Intel.

The new smartphone is priced at Rs. 22,000 which comes around $423. The ‘Atom’ which is powering the phone has the processing speed of 1.6 GHz. It utilizes Intel’s Hyper Threading Technology, thus it can do multiple operations at a time taking care of the battery life into consideration. This considerably increases the device’s speed.

Now Xolo X900 comes with Android GingerBread. It has the option to be upgraded to the new version Android IceCream Sandwich or popularly ICS once it is released.

XOLO X900 Smartphone

Some other features of Xolo X900 are

  • 400 MHz Graphics Processing Unit
  • 8-Megapixel Camera (Back)
  • 1.3-Megapixel Camera (Front)
  • 1080p Video Recording (Full HD)
  • Multishot (10 Shots per second)
  • 3D and HD Gaming
  • 4.03” LCD screen
  • HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) Output
  • Bluetooth, WiFi, 2G, 3G

Lava, though not a high-end mobile maker, it has the hope of making into big market with the new Xolo X900. If you wish to know more about Xolo just send a mail to

You can also buy the phone online at

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