The phone, which was launched earlier today, is very similar to the Xolo X900 which was launched in India and comes with a slightly different design.
The specs reads as follows. A single core 32nm Intel Atom processor, the Z2460, which supports Hyper Threading, Burst Performance Technology, LPDDR2 400MHz memory, Intel Smart Idle Technology, 512KB L2 cache, dual 1080p30 video encode modules, an Image Signal processor and Intel's GMA which is based on Imagination Technology's PowerVR SGX540 and runs at 400MHz (delivering 40 million triangles per second).
It also features 1GB RAM, 16GB onboard storage (but no microSD card), a microSIM card slot, a microUSB and microHDMI port, a 4.03in 1,024 x 600 pixels capacitive display with Corning Gorilla Glass (that's a pixel density of 295 ppi), Android 2.3.7 Ginberbread (upgradable to Ice Cream Sandwich), an 8-megapixel camera with LED flash, AF, an 8x digital zoom, full HD video recording at the back, the ability to record 10 pictures in less than one second, A-GPS, a 1.3-megapixel front facing camera, two speakers, two microphone, HD Voice, ambient noise cancellation, NFC (and a 13.56MHz NFC Antenna), Bluetooth v2.1, Wi-Fi, an Intel XMM6260 modem and a non-serviceable battery with up to eight hours talk time in 3G, up to five hours browsing and total standby of up to 14 days.
The phone's dimensions are 123mm x 63mm x 10mm and weighs 117g. In comparison, the iPhone 4S' dimensions are 115mm x 59mm x 9.3mm and weighs 140g.