Xolo is going to increase the high end smartphone competition further as a new smartphone is going to be launched on March 14, 2013. The event is expected to take place in Goa and they are calling it “Mission X”.
I have seen the official fan page on Facebook of the Xolo and there are lots of teasers indicating the upcoming smartphone. They are also calling it the “Fastest”.
This new Xolo smartphone is surely going to have android OS and it has Intel’s CPU inside. This is the same CPU that was shown at the MWC 2013. The processor which Intel showed that time was having dual cores. The previous smartphones were also having the Intel’s chipset inside and the trend is going to be continued further.
When I searched for the official page then I found a timer going on at the official home page that shows the remaining time for the launch of the Fastest smartphone or the “Mission X”.
There is only single smartphone available under the X series that is Xolo X500 that has Intel’s processor with clock speed of 1.2GHz. So this will be the second smartphone coming to the X series and it is expected to get processor with 2GHz clock speed. The processor is having Hyper Threading feature that means the device will provide superb and fastest multi tasking experience.
As per the official posts are concerned, this device is having display with full HD (1080) resolution and the pixel density is about 312 ppi (lesser than the latest Xperia Z and other so called fastest smartphones).
The unique feature about the display is that it is having curved 2.5D glass that means all the stuff will look like flawless. This feature was shown in the CES this year and now it will be live in this upcoming Xolo smartphone. This kind of concept is giving the device an actual unique look which people are searching these days.
According to the tag line, officials are saying that “Blink and It’s Done” that shows the developers are very confident about the processing of the device. Let’s hope we get all these features in real and Intel get its position in the smartphone chipsets as well.