The Xolo X900 is an Android phone, running version 2.3 “Gingerbread” but will get an over-the-air upgrade to Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” soon after release. The camera can take 8-megapixel pics, has a burst mode the snaps 10 photos per second, and it captures 1080p HD video as well.
Games and video get a performance boost from the 400MHz graphics processing unit (GPU). The screen measures 4 inches diagonal, and the phone has HSPA+ 21 tech for connecting to 3G networks.
The price of the phone is 22,000 Indian rupees or about $420 (phones tend to cost more overseas where the customer relationship with carriers is somewhat different than in the U.S.). It goes on sale April 23.
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