Intel’s Android smartphone available for just Rs 7,000

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According to the news, Intel is very much interested in expanding its visibility to the mobile market by manufacturing the chipsets for smartphones. Recently we heard that Intel is going to introduce its first Chipsets for smartphone and tablet in the market. Intel is working with its OEMs to launch the android smartphone in the Indian market very soon. You don’t have to wait very long for this because Intel is now going launch its android smartphone because Intel already listed with the Bluetooth SIG device, which may be the upcoming device powered by Intel. You can have the later details discussed ahead.

intel lexington smartphone

The Intel’s Lexington is listed on the Bluetooth SIG earlier in this December and is recently led to the African carrier Safaricom. This is a chance for Intel to sell its OEMs around the world as in low price for Android smartphone. Let’s discuss about the Intel’s Lexington which looks like the reckon and display screen size is supposed to be of 3.2 inch or even smaller than this or may be HVGA display and will come with the less hardware specifications. According to the list, it seems that the device will be 3G enable.

Intel could have integrated the same Medfield processor, which is used in its Android smartphone, which was introduced in this year by Lava as the XOLO X900 in India. The Intel’s Atom Z2460 processor was manufactured at 1.6GHz and the clock speed of the GPU 400MHz.

The PC chipset maker Intel is going to manufacture smartphones with its chip with a price tag of Rs. 7,000 onwards. Most of the chipsets in smartphone are provided by ARM processor and Lava Xolo X900 is the only device, which is powered by Intel. The touch-screen enable smartphones with Google’s Android OS will be available in the market in the middle of 2013.

Priyadarshini Pati

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