Intel Medfield powered cellphone appears ... in the Orient
Subject: General Tech, Mobile | April 19, 2012 - 11:50 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: atom, Medfield
The new Atom processor, named Medfield, has appeared in a market far, far away. The chip powering Lava's Xolo X900 runs at 1.6GHz and supports hyperthreading, the graphics core is clocked at 400MHz which Intel believes should be enough to allow it to output 1080p video via its HDMI plug. The power efficiency of the new architecture has yet to be tested but the claim by the manufacturer is eight hours of talk time and five hours of 3G web browsing. There are no available benchmarks yet but you can get an idea of the overall capabilities of this phone at The Inquirer.
"Intel and Indian handset maker Lava announced their intention to ship an Atom smartphone at Mobile World Congress in January. However Lenovo's K800 received all the attention, so Lava's Xolo X900 slipped under the radar to become the first shipping smartphone to feature Intel's Medfield Atom processor."
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