This week, three more budget-friendly quad-core smartphones join the growing list, and Samsung Galaxy S4 owners have a software update to look forward to.
In a new weekly segment, we will be taking a look at the latest Android news in India, including new smartphone and tablet announcements, software update rollouts, and network carrier news.
At a press event in Goa today, Xolo, a sub-brand of Lava Mobiles International, launched the Xolo X1000, powered by an 2Ghz Intel Atom Z2480 processor. The device is priced at Rs 19,999 (~$385) and is already available online from Flipkart.
XOLO, a sub-brand of Lava International, has launched the XOLO Q800, the company’s first quad-core smartphone, which also features a 4.5-inch display, smaller than the 5-inch “norm.” Will you be picking on up?
The yet-to-be announced Lava XOLO A1000 is already available from online retailer Flipkart, priced at Rs 13,999.
Lava recently announced the latest addition to its Etab series, the ETab Xtron, the company’s first Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet, priced at just Rs 6,499 ($125).
Intel is officially looking to become serious about Android with the high-end Clover Trail+ CPU we’ve only seen inside the Lenovo K900 so far, but that doesn’t mean its entry-level focus is completely off.
The India-based Lava Mobiles gained a worldwide attention when they released the first Intel Medfield-based Android smartphone, the Lava Xolo X900, back in April. The company is now back with its latest non-Intel Android offering, the Xolo A800.
We’ve been waiting for a while now to see Intel make its push into the mobile CPU market and challenge Nvidia and Qualcomm’s leading positions in the industry. While we didn’t expect much from the Lava Xolo X900, the first smartphone to be powered by a Medfield processor, we might be in for a surprise. The X900 has just been released in India, the only market where it is currently set to make an appearance, and the first tests and benchmarks, conducted by the guys at Anandtech, show that this little guy is no pushover. Even though it’s powered by a…
The Verge It must’ve been hard for Intel to watch Qualcomm, Nvidia, and, to a lesser extent, Texas Instrument gaining such a strong foothold in the mobile CPU industry over the last couple of years. But while the Santa Clara based company has been quite late to the party, we sort of expected to see Intel making a grand entrance. Nevertheless, the first Medfield smartphone will come from one relatively unknown Lava company in India. Dubbed Xolo X900, the first to market Intel-inside Android phone is powered by a 1.6GHz Medfield processor. Beyond the processor that it is shipping with…