Intel and Safaricom presented the Yolo, the first african smartphone with Intel Inside


Intel and african Safaricom announced the first african handset, named Yolo.

Yolo features a 3.5-inch screen with a resolution of 800x480 pixels, and it’s equipped with an Intel Atom Z2420 CPU on the Lexington x86 SoC. It’s single-core but with HyperThreading, which means that users can enjoy two logic processing units. It is clocked at 1.2 GHz and demonstrates a power consumption value, lower than 2 watts.

It can play back 1080p video and supports HSPA+. The Yolo, unlike the Xolo X900, is a low-budget handset with a cost no higher than 125 dollars. Its operating system is Android 4.1.

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