Last month, Lava launched Pixel V2 which is a refreshed variant of the Pixel V1 which had come under Google’s Android One programme in July this year. But the Pixel V2 is not linked to Android One programme. The handset is priced at an MRP of Rs. 10,750 and the company providing both online and offline availability of the handset.
The Lava Pixel V2 runs on the Star OS based on Android Lollipop 5.1. It comes with the Asahi Dragontail Glass which is layered over a 5-inch 720×1280 pixels HD resolution IPS display. The handset is being powered by a 64-bit 1GHz quad core MediaTek MTK6735 SiC processor and Mali T720 GPU. The device weighs 128 grams and measures 7.6mm thick.
The Pixel V2 comes with a 13 megapixel rear camera with dual LED flash. The rear camera got some key features such as 5p Largan lens and Blue Glass filter. There is an secondary camera of 8 megapixel with LED flash for good selfies. The camera can record videos upto 1080p resolution.
The Lava Pixel V2 comes with a 2GB DDR3 RAM. In the case of memory, it includes 16GB internal memory which can be expanded upto 32GB via microSD card.
The smartphone supports 4G LTE connectivity. It has some general connectivity features i.e. Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n), GPS, Bluetooth and headphone jack (3.5mm). Its a dual sim handset supporting micro-SIM.
The Lava Pixel V2 comes with a removable Li-Pro 2500mAh battery which is decent for a 5-inch display device. It can give us talktime upto 25 hours in 2G and upto 10 hours in 3G.