Xolo X900, created in partnership between Intel and the Indian mobile operator Lava, is a smartphone with 4.3 inch screen and Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, run by an x86 processor from Intel Atom Z2460 family.
Atom Z2460 consists of a single-core 1.6 GHz processor with HyperThreading support, GPU PowerVR SGX580 at 400 MHz and dual-channel memory controller compatible with LPDDR2 chips. The RAM totals 1 GB and the internal storage reaches 16 GB.
X900 boasts with an 8 MP camera aided by LED flash, capable of shooting at 1080p and get photos with a speed of 10 frames per second. The list of features continues with 3G HSDPA+ support, 1.3 MP front camera, NFC technology and an HDMI output for viewing recordings on a TV screen. The headline remains the 4.03 inch screen, able to give 1024×600 pixels resolution images.
Lenovo K800 uses the same 1.6 GHz processor and Android 2.3.7, but comes with a 4.5 inches TFT screen that supports 720p HD resolution.
K800 has a camera with a resolution of 8 MP able to record Full HD. The list of facilities includes a GPS receiver, respectively WiDi, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi N and 3G HSDPA + connectivity for mobile Internet sessions at speeds of up to 21 Mbps.
While Xolo X900 model seems to be limited to users in India, Lenovo K800 is likely to arrive on the European continent too, although initially it will only be launched in China.