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Lava Drops XOLO X900 Price to Rs 17,500
Lava XOLO X900, world’s first Intel powered Android smartphone has now received a price cut. The device which was previously available for a price of Rs.22,000 is now available for Rs.17,500. This will be good news, particularly for users who are looking for a higher-end smartphone at a cheaper price tag.
The company started selling this smartphone in India from the month of April onwards. It is currently powered by Gingerbread operating system where as the ICS update, which company promised during the time of release is yet to happen.
Lava XOLO X900 has impressive features and specifications which makes the product worth the money spent. Users can watch movies and videos in high definition using the 4.03 inch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. The most unique attraction of this device is the presence of 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Processors based on Medfield technology.
Blazing speed is assured with these Intel Atom Processors. The images are also displayed with utmost sharpness and focus. The smartphone also supports good viewing angles during bright light conditions. The device features a neat design with proximity sensor and front facing 1.3 Mega Pixel camera located on either sides of the speaker.
The memory features of Lava XOLO X900 include 1GB RAM and 16GB internal memory designed to accommodate sufficient data. Lava is also offering users Jabra BT-2045 Bluetooth headset worth Rs.1,500 with every purchase of XOLO X900.
The price cut along with a bundled headset makes the device even more attractive. Only drawback seems to be absence of Ice Cream Sandwich OS. An update to ICS is inevitable as Gingerbread based Android devices are slowly becoming out of date.