Intel’s First Smart-Phone is an Android Packing Atom Processor: San Diego – Lava XOLO X900

Intel Lava X900 San Diego

Intel dominates the computing world. It is very hard to compete with Intel’s technology as they always seem light-years away. The one field where intel is not dominating with processors is smart-phones.  According to Intel, multi-core computing is not as efficient as it should be in the smartphone business at the moment.  In particular, they made jabs at Android saying the mobile platform is not ready for multi-cores.  So their current solution is a single core Atom processor packing X900 which debuts this year through Orange as San Diego.

Here are the highlights of the phone:

  • 4″ LCD Capacitive Display (600×1024)
  • 8 Hours Talk time, 14 Days Standby
  • Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi 802.11 b, g, n
  • NFC, DLNA
  • Single core Intel Atom Z2460 – 1.6GHz.
  • 16GB Internal Storage
  • 8MP Camera with LED Flash
  • HDMI TV-out
  • Google Android Gingerbread V2.3

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