updated 03:50 pm EST, Mon February 27, 2012
Intel-powered Lava Xolo X900 due in India soon
As expected, Intel and Indian phone maker Lava have debuted a new, Medfield-powered handset at MWC, the Xolo X900. It uses Intel's Medfield platform and gets a 1.6GHz Atom Z2460 chip. The screen is 4.03 inches in size and will have an HDMI port for HD video playback. There will also be an NFC radio onboard for wallet-less payments.
There is also HSPA+ network support integrated. The rear panel houses an eight-megapixel camera that has a burst mode said to be capable of capturing 10 full-resolution photos in under one second. A front-facing camera is onboard as well, though its specs are unlisted. The photos of the unit show Android 2.3 preloaded, though this could change by the time it ships.
The phone will arrive in India this spring, though prices remain unknown.