Xolo on Friday announced a tie-up with chipmaker Broadcom Corporation to use their latest chipset BCM23550 (Java) for its new XOLO Q1000 Opus smartphone. This new phone will hit the stores by the end of this month, the company said in a release.
A release claimed the new smartphone leverages Broadcom’s BCM4334 connectivity combo chip and BCM4752 multi-constellation GNSS location chip “to deliver a high performance and feature-rich experience at an attractive price”. The phone promises better Wi-Fi streaming, simultaneously share and project HD video, photos and gaming applications to a larger screen via Miracast.
XOLO Q1000 Opus will be powered by a 1.2 GHz Quad-core ARM Cortex A7 processor. It will also feature VideoCore multimedia support, GPS/GLONASS, WLAN, MEMs and Cell ID for the best indoor/outdoor location.
Sunil Raina, Business Head at XOLO, said XOLO Q1000 Opus will deliver high-end multimedia experience and better search location technology on a large five-inch screen, but at an attractive price point.
“Driving affordability is the key to tapping into the explosive demand for smartphones in India. Our complete smartphone platform is offered as a complete turnkey solution that allows OEMs to expedite production of full-featured, high-performance Android smartphones while significantly lowering development costs,” Rafael Sotomayor, Broadcom Vice President, Mobile Platform Solutions added.
Xolo is the premium smart devices brand of Lava mobiles.