4G Smartphone Xolo LT900 Launched in India at Rs.16,800

Indian smartphone makers Xolo today launched its first 4G LTE enabled smart-phone Xolo LT900 for Rs 16800 (MRP Rs.17999).

Xolo LT900

Xolo LT900 is first low-cost smart-phone available in Indian market. The device  It runs on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) and comes loaded with 1 GB RAM and 8GB internal memory.  Xolo LT900 is equipped with 1.5 Ghz dual core processor (Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon S4) and features 4.3” IPS display with screen resolution of 1280×720 pixels and Gorilla glass protection.

Key Specifications – Xolo LT900 :

  • Display- 4.3-inch IPS (1280×720 pixels) display based on One Glass Solution (OGS) along with Corning Gorilla Glass protection
  • Processor and Chipset-  Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz and topped with 384 MHz Adreno 225 GPU
  • Operating System- Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)
  • Camera- 8-megapixel rear camera with dual-LED flash and BSI sensor, 1-megapixel front camera
  • Memory- 8GB of internal storage which can be scaled up to 32GB with microSD card slot, 1 GB RAM
  • Connectivity- TDD-LTE support , Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, 3G, 4G LTE ( (Band 40 / 2300Mhz)
  • Price Rs.16800 (best buy)

This Article Was Written By: Sanjay Bafna

Sanjay Bafna - National Editor (Telecom and Mobile Phone)

Sanjay Bafna is an entrepreneur and National Editor at TelecomTALK covering Mobile Operators, 3G, Broadband, 4G, LTE, Telecom Policies & Regulations and Mobile Phones. He is well known Telecom and Mobile Analyst, Love Tea and Chocolates.

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  • Harish December 29, 2013 10:29 am, 10:29 AM

    @SanjayBafna 28th December is gone so will 2013 in few days.when is reliance Jio going to launch their services.are they even serious about launching it in 2014?

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  • Rama December 26, 2013 9:27 pm, 9:27 PM

    @MG
    Currently in india only band 40 is being used for lte.Airtel provides lte at this band.The device has been released keeping in mind the roll out of reliance jio in march 2014.Videocon is the only other operator which promises to provide lte on the 1800mhz band but i doubt they would would do that anytime soon since they have been promising the same for around one or two years now.Videocon is only operating in 5 or 7 telecom circles as compared to the pan india foot print of reliance jio.Apart from that its only the 700mhz band that is suitable for lte but auctions in that band are yet to be conducted and even if its conducted in a year its easily gonna take another three years from now to roll out lte on the 700mhz band and by that time the device would be outdated.Currenty most probably there are only four smartphones in the country which support band 40 lte i.e iphone 5S,lg g2,huwaei ascend p1,gionee elife e7.The xolo smartphone is the fifth one and cheapest amongst all for accessing lte in india with decent specs and is definitely a VFM product.Anyone who would wanna give lte a try especially since jio is going to roll out it services from next year can easily own this device and give lte a try.so its one of the best product xolo has released.

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    • ROHAN SINGH December 27, 2013 3:01 pm, 3:01 PM

      I dont think Gionee E7 and LG G2 supports Indian 4G

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      • Rama December 27, 2013 6:56 pm, 6:56 PM

        @rohan singh
        there two models of gionee elife e7.The one which has been recently released is the 3G model.The 4G model with support for indian lte band will be released in the first quarter of next year.LG G2 does not support lte out of the box but the hardware is capable of supporting indian lte and lg has promised that once lte becomes popular in india g2 will support lte with the help of a small software upgrade because the hardware already supports indian lte.

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  • Shiv December 26, 2013 9:25 pm, 9:25 PM

    2GB ram would have been great. Nevertheless at this price…not bad deal.

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    • Kanaga Deepan N December 26, 2013 11:54 pm, 11:54 PM

      Actually its the 1800mAh battery, which is a deal breaker for me, than the given 1GB RAM… Just imagine scarce coverage of LTE on 2.3GHz supported by just tiny 1800mAh battery…

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      • Shiv December 27, 2013 9:55 pm, 9:55 PM

        I agree, however in most of the devices…strictly the” smart phone” segment even if you put 3000 mAh battery even then it would struggle to last for a day…I mean…can you just imagine, what we all make our phones do..these days? Nokia 3310/ 1100 could last for 5 days…simply because it had almost no ” screen” and it was purely used as a “mobile phone”. Slowly but surely, I feel, people would again go back to 2 handsets era….one only for being connected on voice…and one these Turbo Smarties/ Tabs/ Fabs.

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        • Rama December 28, 2013 12:51 am, 12:51 AM

          @shiv
          read about moto x and its amazing battery life from some tech website.The real problem why smartphones do not have long lasting battery is because of specs.Most manufacturers are adding extra cores and gigs to their smartphones for better performance but it also means more power consumption.But moto x has used low end hardware for less power consumption and hence better battery life but at the same time performance has not been compromised because of amazing software optimisation.

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          • Amit December 28, 2013 9:06 am, 9:06 AM

            Currently Nokia Lumia 1520 is considered as best smartphone for battery backup. Its 3400mAh battery offers a endurance of 108hrs (Gsmarena)

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            • Rama December 28, 2013 12:01 pm, 12:01 PM

              @amit
              +1.Windows phone and windows rt are very power efficient but what i want to say is that even android devices can be power efficient to some extent if manufacturers concentrate more on software optimisation.

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  • MG December 26, 2013 8:21 pm, 8:21 PM

    This phone only supports Band 40 (TDD-LTE). That is a bad thing. While Band 40 is used by Airtel and some others who won spectrum in the BWA auction, others are going to use Band 3 or 5 as well. While it may be a good phone, support for all Indian carriers will not be there. Whoever wants to use it will likely be stuck with Airtel for LTE.

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  • vsk December 26, 2013 7:46 pm, 7:46 PM

    Where is brand conscious people ?? Now how they are going to criticize this device.

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