I 've been looking for a smartphone that will take care of my photography needs perfectly.
One a friends suggestion I came across LAVA Pixel v1 that was launched a few days back and man I must I say I've been floored by its 13MP rear camera and the 8MP front camera. Even the massive internal space has got me going. But what has impressed me the most is the fact that is a Google product so on issues of quality a such with regular updates that too.
I have been deliberating about buying a phone for a long time and one of the many models that I've shortlisted is the Lava Pixel v1. Quite honestly, I'm learning toward this phone more than the other on my list and find the camera quality swaying me the most. Also, 32GB internal memory really sounds like more than enough.
Truth be told anybody can deliver an expensive phone that doesn't hang and has an superb internal space but to provide it within a budget is something that's hard to do and that is why I like LAVA for its amazing array of phones especially the new Pixel v1. Being a Google approved product you are assured of the quality and the regular updates. Powered by the massive 2650mah battery it will last an entire day while providing the user with the smooth Lollipop experience.
Old chip set poor HD resolution with better life.. In this price range in comparison with other smartphone.. Its difficult to be a successor in this era
Its required with Full HD screen and LTE support. hence price is more then 10K
Hopefully interpolation in cameras can be turned off and use real 8/5 Mpix.
It's a good phone for this price range. With a 5.5 inch IPS display (almost all brands are opting for big one), 2 years confirm upgrade (pure android, not with crappy bloatware apps), 32GB (24.6GB free) internal storage (who can give you that)......though little bit disappointed with the older 32 bit processor.
Still I am gonna buy it.
AnonD-418181, 27 Jul 2015Does it look almost bezel less only to me? seen in youtube from
Honestly really disappointed with the low specs, especially considering how resource intensive Android is as an OS since Lollipop. Cool design though, especially the bezel-less profile on the sides.
I don't think there's any android one smartphone toting a mediatek chipset other than the mt6582. So even if Lava wanted to change the processor to an octa-core mt6592 or even an mt6752, they can't. It's not really in their ability.
It's weird that the mt6582 gets a lot of lollipop updates but other mt65xx processors don't.
this is verry very poor than other 10 k mobiles the screen is too larger and it is not octa core CPU please improved Google
totally disgusting phone,lenovo a7000,k3 note is a lot better than this crap and google is making fool with Android one, as we have seen what lollipop done to previous gen,what was benefit of updating when you just make your phone crap maybe they ran out of storage with Android m.....