Sabtu, 21 April 2012

XOLO X900, Intel Prime Smartphone

Chip manufacturer, Intel, finally began to compete in the smartphone market. This marked the first smartphone marketed Intel, XOLO X900.

However, Intel only smartphone market in India. Smartphone that was first introduced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, will go on sale starting next week.

To that end, Intel has also worked with mobile phone manufacturers from India, Lava. The plan, citing the Huffington Post, Lava's XOLO X900 will be marketed for $ 22 000 rupees or about U.S. $ 420, and sold exclusively through retailer Croma.

So, what kind of specs this XOLO X900?

TechCrunch cites pages, this phone will be based on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but can be upgraded to the Ice Cream Sandwich. Phone with a screen measuring 4.03 inch will be playing in the 3G HSPA network.

For the inside, complete with Intel Atom Z2460 processor from Intel. XOLO X900 makes mobile debut with a sign "Intel's Inside".

1.6 GHz processor will also be accompanied by hyper-treading technology from Intel, 400MHz graphics core with support for OpenGL, ES2.O, and OpenVG.

This chip can also offer support for the imaging core that generates 240 mega pixels per second and 10 pictures in burst mode, or 10 images at the same time. With 8 MP camera, would become one of the mainstays of this phone to lure prospective buyers.

Although only marketed in India, XOLO X900 is predicted to create a surprise. In addition to relatively large Indian market, XOLO X900 has a charm that makes it worthy of consideration: Intel technology inside. (art)


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