Wednesday, April 18, 2012

First Intel smartphone ready to be launched later this week



Paul Otellini during the last meeting of investors has confirmed that the company is poised to begin offering the first smartphone architecture with Intel and the debut is already fixed by the end of this week. It would definitely be thinking about the Lenovo K800 , author of some pre-series benchmarks and certainly one of the most anticipated by fans with its large 4.5 inch display, Atom CPU at 1.6 Ghz and Z2460 Medfield Android 4.0 expected for now only on the Chinese market .

In reality, India will be the first country to be able to touch and test the first Intel-based device Lava Xolo X900 portraited above and according to the latest rumors, will debut tomorrow with the following specifications.
  • 4-inch LCD at 1024 x 600.
  • Intel Atom Z2460 processor at 1.6 Ghz.
  • Gingerbread Android 2.3 (Update provided by ICS).
  • 1 GB RAM.
  • 16 GB internal memory, expandable microSD slot.
  • 8 MPXl camera, VGA front camera, LED flash.
  • GSM connectivity, HSDPA, W-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC, USB.
  • 1640 mAh battery.

The price which will be proposed in the Indian market at the exchange rate should correspond to about $ 400 while there is no information about a possible marketing in other countries, although the frequencies are compatible. Do not just have to wait and see how they will behave the first Intel Android and if there are compatibility issues more. We are also very curious about the reaction of the community who may find this type of hardware architecture breeding ground for changes, tweaks, changes, or more os.

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