Lava Pixel V1 is an entry-level smartphone of the new generation Android One
The Indian manufacturer Lava is preparing a new entry-level smartphone that is a part of the new wave of Android One devices coming this summer. Lava Pixel V1 is getting released today in India. It is outfitted with a 5.5-inch display, 720p resolution. The screen is protected with Asahi’s DragonTail glass.
Under the hood of Lava Pixel V1 is running a quad-core processor set at 1.3GHz with 2GB RAM and 32GB native memory. The modern software is the main advantage of the smartphone. It runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and it will be among the first models that will get the new update of Android when it starts rolling-out.
The primary camera that is integrated on the back of the handset is with a resolution of 13MP and f/2.0 aperture and LED flash. On the front panel is set a 5MP snapper. The package of features equipped in the second generation Android One smartphone includes a slot for microSD cards and support for dual-SIM. The Lava Pixel V1 is 3G-enabled and supports also Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth connectivity. It works with a 2650mAh cell. Sells of the model should begin today, 27th of July. The retail price of Pixel V1 is INR 11349 ($177). How do you like the new Android One model? Any takers yet?