XOLO – one of the fastest growing mobile handset companies in India, will launch XOLO Q1000 Opus Android smartphone with 5 inch display, to be powered by Broadcom’s latest chipset BCM23550 (Java). According to the company, the upcoming Q1000 will leverage Broadcom’s BCM4334 connectivity combo chip and BCM4752 multi-constellation GNSS location chip to deliver a high performance and feature-rich experience. This smartphone will carry an attractive price tag, as claimed by the company, and users will be able to easily stream content over Wi-Fi and simultaneously share and project HD video, photos and gaming applications on a larger screen via Miracast.
“XOLO has differentiated itself on delivering performance driven smartphone experience to its users. This tie up with Broadcom Corporation is another big step in the same direction. Our upcoming product – XOLO Q1000 OPUS will deliver high-end multimedia experience and GPS/GLONASS search location technology on a large 5 inch screen at an attractive price point”, says Sunil Raina, Business Head at XOLO.
“Driving affordability is the key to tapping into the explosive demand for smartphones in India. Our complete smartphone platform offers a turnkey solution that allows OEMs to expedite production of full-featured, high-performance Android smartphones while significantly lowering development costs,” said Rafael Sotomayor, Broadcom Vice President, Mobile Platform Solutions. “By combining our powerful quad-core solution with our leading connectivity suite, we’re changing the landscape of India’s smartphone market.”
Key Features of XOLO Q1000 Opus Smartphone
- 1.2 GHz Quad-core ARM Cortex A7 processor
- VideoCore multimedia support
- GPS/GLONASS, WLAN, MEMs and Cell ID
- Dual HD display support with 720p LCD and external HD panel via Wi-Fi Miracast-capable displays
XOLO Q1000 Opus smartphone will be available for purchase by end of November 2013. The price of this smartphone will be disclosed close on the heels of official launch.