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  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 9, 2013 1:10 AM Flag

    XOLO to launch phone with Intel 'Clover Trail+' Atom processor on March 14

    XOLO has recently started teasing a new smartphone on its official Facebook page and website. While not much is known about the phone, it will be officially announced on March 14

    The company is calling it “Mission X” in its teaser, suggesting the phone will be part of its X-series. We did a little more digging and turns out, the phone will indeed be a part of company’s X-series and come with Intel’s Clover Trail+ platform based dual-core Atom processor. We could not get any other concrete details right now.


    Whatever I am writing now is pure speculation based on XOLO’s previous Intel launches. XOLO has introduced two Intel-powered smartphones so-far in the Indian market and both the phones were based on Intel’s reference designs with little or no tweaking on the software part.

    I believe that company is going to do the same with this upcoming device.

    Intel showcased a new reference design along with its Clover Trail+ platform at the Mobile World Congress and it is very much likely the upcoming XOLO phone will be based on this reference design.

    Now, if we take a look at the reference phone, it packs some massive specs, so unless XOLO and Intel step down some of the internals in this reference phone, it will be a phone in the category of Optimus G, S III or HTC Butterfly.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • "The speed barrier is all set to be shattered. Fasten your seatbelts and get ready for Mission X. 4 days to take off."

    • That's pretty awesome. It would be nice to start seeing some commercials emphasizing phones with Intel chips inside. Let people know it's a big deal and just happening for the 1st time.

    • On XOLO's home page is a clock with the bottom half of a phone that is above a launch pad.
      On the phone is the "Intel Inside" logo.

      If you click on the clock, the next page will ask you for information to get email alerts.
      On this page is the statement;

      "The speed barrier is all set to be shattered. Fasten your seatbelts and get ready for Mission X. 5 days to take off."

      The bottom of both web pages states;

      Intel Inside® and the Intel Inside® logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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