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Lava Xolo X900: Intel's first ever smartphone at Rs 22,000

Superior Intel technology and Lava’s innovation come together to bring you the new XOLO X900, the first smartphone with Intel Inside®. Experience fast web browsing with the 1.6 GHz Intel processor. Based on Intel patented Hyper Threading technology this processor also enables smooth multi-tasking with optimum battery usage. A 4.03” hi-resolution LCD screen, dedicated HDMI output, full HD 1080p playback and dual speakers ensure an unmatched multimedia experience. Click upto 10 photos in less than a second on the 8MP HD camera which boasts of certain DSLR like features. With XOLO X900’s 400 MHz Graphics Processing Unit, 3D and HD gaming turn immersively realistic. Everything you have always wanted, and more, now comes in a blink into your pocket.


Discover what makes the XOLO X900 an awe-inspiring experience.

Lightning Fast Processor
The core of a computer in your pocket
With a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom processor and 1GB RAM, the XOLO X900 is the fastest smartphone. Supercharged with Intel patented Hyper threading technology, the XOLO X900 delivers fast web browsing, responsive apps and effortless multitasking for each task that you have in hand.
Brilliant Camera
Discover the brilliance of a DSLR
Use the XOLO’s Photo-Burst mode to click up to 10 pictures in less than a second. The advanced 8 Mega Pixel HD camera delivers stunning 1080p image and video quality in all conditions. Never miss a moment again, anyone can become an avid photographer.
Immersive Gaming
Gaming turns immersive
With a 400MHz Graphics Processor Unit (GPU) for visual performance, the XOLO X900 gives you an unparalleled gaming experience. HD and 3D gaming becomes realistic, gives you goosebumps immersing you in its action.
Exceptional Multimedia
Excellent multimedia
The 4.03’’ LCD display with a high resolution of 1024X600 pixels ensures crisp text and vibrant images. A dedicated HDMI output port for TV and dual speakers make the XOLO X900 into a powerful multimedia device for each of favorite moments to come alive, no matter what. Never miss out on any detail. Never feel idle, engage in HD.

Technical Specifications

Network Frequency Bands GSM: 850/900/1800/1900
UMTS/HSPA: 850/900/1900/2100
HSPA+: 850/900/1900/2100
Edge/GPRS Class 10
HSPA+ up to 21 Mbps (DL)
up to 5.7 Mbps (DL)
Processor Chipset Intel Medfield
CPU 1.6 GHz Intel® Atom™ with Hyper Threading
Graphics core Clock speed 400 MHz
Triangles per second 40 million/second
Design Dimensions 123 x 63 x 10.99 mm
Weight 127 grams
Hard Keys Power key
Volume key
Camera key
Slots SIM card slot
micro USB
micro HDMI
3.5 mm audio jack
Display Display Size 4.03"
Resolution 1024 x 600
Colours 16M
Display Technology TFT LCD Capacitive touch
Corning Gorilla Glass
Operating System Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
(upgradable to Android 4.0)
Camera Rear camera 8 MP
Front camera 1.3 MP
Flash support Yes, single LED
Auto focus Yes
Touch focus Yes
Digital zoom 16x
HD recording rear 1080p
Video chat front 480p
Burst Mode 15 fps, 10 images in <1 sec
Modes supported Auto, Sports, Potrait, Landscape, Night, Night Potrait, Fireworks, Text
Sensors Accelerometer
Ambient light sensor
Proximity sensor
Audio Dual Speakers Yes, 0.3 W each
Digital Microphones 2
Ambient Noise Cancellation Yes
Voice Recording Yes, 3GPP
Audio codecs supported MP3, MIDI, WAV, WMA, 3GPP
Video Video recording & playback Full HD 1080p@30fps
Video codecs supported MPEG4, 3GPP, WMC, H.264, VP8
Video Player Android Video Player, doubleTwist
Sync Drivers for Windows XP Yes
Drivers for Windows 7 Yes
OTA support Yes
Firmware download via PC Yes
Connectivity USB 2.0 Hi Speed
Bluetooth v2.1
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
NFC Antenna 13.56 MHz
WLAN support Yes
Memory Internal Memory* 16 GB
Browser HTML5
Messaging MMS Yes
Email Yes
Document Viewer Yes
Battery 1460 mAh, 3.7V
Talk time (2G) up to 15.5 hours
Talk time (3G) up to 7.8 hours
Music playback (earphones) up to 43.9 hours
Video playback (earphones) up to 6 hours
Total standby time up to 14 days

Experts Speak

Indianness”, now packaged on phones
As promised Intel recently announced its foray into the Indian Mobile Market, which is one of the fastest growing mobile markets in the world. While the announcement is symbolic of a new found position for Indian brands, it also reflects the ICT bellwether’s willingness to contextualize to local market needs.
Deepak Kumar
Deccan Chronicle
“Indianness”, now packaged on phones
Lava international of India will begin using Intel products to make smartphones for Intel CEO Paul Otellini described as the fastest growing market for the devices
Deccan Chronicle
Lava to offer smartphone with Intel chip
Lava international of India will begin using Intel products to make smartphones for Intel CEO Paul Otellini described as the fastest growing market for the devices
The Times Of India
Stars @ The 2012 Mobile World Congress
Quad core processors, ultra high resolution screens and Android 4.0 seem to be the flavor of the season for smartphones.
Karan Bajaj and Hitesh Raj Bhagat
The Economic Times
Smartphones with Intel logo from April
In April, mobile vendor Lava International will launch its first smartphone in India based on the Intel processors, expected to be priced around Rs 25,000.
Priyanka Joshi
Business Standard
Intel wants to take legacy of computing to smartphones
In a follow-up to its Medfield processor, unveiled at the CES (consumer electronics show) a few weeks ago, Intel announced two new additions to its mobile chip line up at Mobile World Congress
Ketaki Bhojnagarwala
Hindu Business Line
Intel partners Lava adds new chips for telecom push
Global chip giant Intel is betting big on smartphones, evident from the partnerships announced at the Mobile World Congress here, which include Indian handset maker Lava and Chinese equipment maker ZTE.
Financial Chronicle
Intel inside India smartphone market, ties up with Lava to launch XOLO
Intel on Monday announced plans to enter the fast growing Indian smartphone market by entering into a strategic partnership with Lava international, which would introduce a smartphone running its microprocessor
Utkarsh Anand
The Indian Express


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