For all the credit the Xolo X900 earned as the first Intel-based smartphone, it grew long in the tooth very quickly between that 4-inch screen and 1.6GHz Atom chip. The solution, naturally, is a straight-up modernization like the X1000. Show More Summary
Xolo X500 was launched in India last week. Here we have the benchmarks of the device. The Xolo X500 is powered by a 1.2 GHz Intel Atom Lexington Z2420 single-core processor with Power VR SGX540 GPU. The Xolo X900 that was launched in...Show More Summary
Most of us who know Lava's Xolo badge will associate it with one of the first Atom-based smartphones, the Xolo X900, but it's branching out to models that don't require an Intel Inside label. Its just-launched, India-oriented Xolo A800...Show More Summary
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At CES 2012, Lenovo was the first to announce a Medfield-powered smartphone: the K800. And while it was the first to be unveiled, it couldn't beat the Lava Xolo X900 to market. Lenovo's not too worried about that, however, as the K800...Show More Summary
The Intel Medfield-powered Xolo X900 smartphone is now on the market in India.
For just over a week, I’ve been using two phones interchangeably. The first is the Lava Xolo X900 with Medfield inside, the second is the flagship of HTC’s new One series, the HTC One X on AT&T. It’s a device with lofty goals, as it’s...Show More Summary
We briefly got our hands on the Medfield-based Xolo X900 back in February, and seen some benchmarks from Lenovo's K800 (based on the same reference design), but AnandTech has now provided a typically thorough review of the device that's ushering in Intel's new push into smartphones. Show More Summary
After years of research and work, Intel has partnered with Lava to launch its first smartphone, the Xolo X900. We investigate the new device and put it through its paces.
For Intel, the road to their first real competitive smartphone SoC has been a long one. Shortly after joining AnandTech and beginning this journey writing about both smartphones and the SoC space, I remember hopping on a call with Anand and some Intel folks to talk about Moorestown. Show More Summary
The first smartphone to be powered by Intel microprocessors is going on sale. It is the Xolo X900 and it will be available in India starting today with a price tag of about $423, give or take – about half the price of the iPhone 4S. There are no plans to market the phone outside [...]
Intel company will begin its assault on the smartphone market on April 23 in India. On this day, will start selling the first mass-based smartphone hardware platform Intel Medfield - Lava XOLO X900. The smartphone is based on the Atom...Show More Summary
The XOLO X900 Intel Medfield-powered Android smartphone is now available for purchase in India. For your info, the smartphone features a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z2460 SoC, a PowerVPR SGX540 GPU, a 1GB of RAM, a 16GB of internal storage, a 4.03-inch display with a 1024×600 pixel resolution, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with 1080p Full HD [...]
With Lava's XOLO X900 Intel is entering uncharted territory. It's the chip maker's first major push into mobile phones. Intel revealed its new mobile strategy and upcoming hardware a few months back at Barcelona's Mobile World Congress. Show More Summary
It’s not unusual to see companies expand their offerings to see if they can generate new revenue streams. Intel has always been known for their processors and they have been one of a handful of go to companies for processors that are required on desktops, laptops, netbooks and other similar type devices. (...)Read the rest [...]
But it's only available in India.
On April 23rd, Intel will finally see the first smartphone powered by one of their processors go up for sale. The Lava Xolo X900 will be offered up to customers in India for INR 22,000, or about $425. For comparison’s sake, Aircel currently sells the iPhone 3GS outright for INR 20,990 and the 16GB iPhone [...]
The first commercially available Intel smartphone debuts in India this month with the launch of the Xolo X900. The Android 2.3 handset with high-resolution screen looks quite capable with a 10 frame per second burst mode. Has Intel licked the power challenge of mobile devices?