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Lava's Intel Medfield Android smartphone to cost Rs 25,000 in India

Yesterday we exclusive reported the tie-up between Intel and Lava to launch the first commercial Android smartphone running on Intel's Medfield processor in India. Today Orange became the first carrie

Yesterday we exclusive reported the tie-up between Intel and Lava to launch the first commercial Android smartphone running on Intel’s Medfield processor in India. Today Orange became the first carrier to announce the smartphone, codenamed Santa Clara, which it plans to launch over the summer. We can now confirm that Lava’s as yet unnamed smartphone brand will launch the same device in India for approximately Rs 25,000 in the coming weeks. Multiple sources close to Intel have confirmed the development. Also Read - WhatsApp users on iPhone will soon able to Undo Status, suggests report

We are looking at a 1.6GHz processor, 8.0 MP rear camera capable of recording videos in 1080p and capturing photos in bursts of 10 per second, micro HDMI port, 16GB of internal memory and 4-inch 1024×600 pixel display. We hear that Intel has designed the entire product and is looking at launching it globally before established OEMs like Motorola and Lenovo launch their products, which will feature more aesthetically pleasing design. Also Read - New Android Auto feature lets you easily reply to texts while driving: How it works

What remains to be seen is whether consumers in India are ready to drop that sort of money on a brand like Lava or whatever the new brand is called. Also Read - Google adds 3D monuments to AR Search results: How to use

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  • Published Date: February 27, 2012 8:15 AM IST



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