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  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Feb 13, 2013 11:24 AM Flag

    Benchmarked: Lava Xolo X500 running on Intel Atom Z2420 Lexington

    "From our above analysis one thing is clear - some real powerful things come in small packages and the Xolo X500 is definitely one of them. It has really outperformed other smartphones in the same price range as well as in the graphical comparison with the Desire SV. The display is vibrant and has good viewing angles..."

    From thinkdigit

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • LAST year Intel..........THIS year ARM... but you keep on trying to decieve people here.

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      Last year, we exclusively managed to get our hand-on the first Intel smartphone, the Lava Xolo X900. Ever since, the Xolo X900, Lava has managed to get a lot of attention. Earlier in the year it even launched the first smartphone based on Intel’s Lexington chip, the Xolo X500 and today the folks at Fone Arena have published a hands-on of the Xolo A1000, which becomes the company’s first 5-inch Android smartphone. Apparently they managed to get their hands on a prototype in the capital.

      According to the post, the A1000 flaunts a slim form-factor of 8.8mm and is superior to most 5-inch phablets in terms of industrial design. Unlike the X900 it is based on a dual-core ARM chipset. It also has a 2,100-mAh battery and it will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

    • That's cute how you say I'm on ignore but you read EVERY WORD I type. Why don't you address how the newest XOLO has ARM inside? ARM is dying yet going into new phones??!!! Stay in your fantasy world. You might be dangerous to society if you leave it.

 
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