Lava XOLO X1000 launched in India, powered by Intel’s 2GHz Medfield processor
Lava has officially launched a new smartphone in the Indian market, this device is called the Lava XOLO X1000 and this device is based on a first generation Intel Atom Z2480 processor (codenamed Medfield) which is clocked at 2GHz.
This Intel Atom Z2480 Medfield processor is the same one which was earlier spotted on the Motorola Razr I earlier last year and comes with the same hyper-threading technology. In addition to this the XOLO X1000 includes a PowerVR SGX450 GPU and 1GB of RAM. Intel claims that this is the fastest smartphone ever, however it us yet to be proven.
The Lava XOLO X1000 sports a 2.5D 4.7-inch edge-to-edge curved glass display which has a resolution of 720p and a pixel density of 314 pixels per inch. It flaunts an unibody design, weighing just 140 grams with a thickness of 9.1mm.
This smartphone comes pre-loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as the processor it uses is not yet optimized for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It sports an 8 megapixel rear camera and a secondary front facing 1.3 megapixel camera.
It also includes 8GB of built-in storage capacity, a microSD card slot and a 1,900 mAh battery. The device supports all the prime connectivity options and for Rs. 19,999 it will soon be up for grabs in the Indian market.