It’s still a mid-tier Android 2.3 phone (ICS is coming) with a 4.03-inch, HSPA+ 3G phone, powered by Intel’s Atom Medfield Z2460 processor. Intel designed this Atom SoC with Android specifically in mind. The chip runs at a competitive 1.6GHz and features Intel’s hyper-threading, 400MHz GPU with support for OpenGL, ES2.0 and OpenVG.
The X900 also features a 4-inch, 600×1024 display (295 PPI), 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a 1.3MP front and 8MP rear camera (with 10 shot per second burst mode).Intel estimates that the X900 will deliver around eight hours of talk time, 45 hours of MP3 playback, and five hours of 3G browsing.
The Lava Xolo X900 will be offered up to customers in India for INR 22,000, or about RM1,281.