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Major Leak : Lava’s Android One Device, the Pixel V1

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Major Leak : Lava’s Android One Device, the Pixel V1

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We have an exciting week ahead of us. In the next few days we’re officially going to see the arrival of OnePlus 2Moto G (Gen 3) and an ultra budget smartphone by Micromax. Kicking off the week, however, is the new Android One phone, on the block.

We now have information that at noon today, Lava will unveil the Pixel V1. The smartphone is said to arrive with a 5.5-inch 720p display and powered by a 1.3 GHz quad-core Qualcomm processor.

To take care of the camera needs, will be a 13MP rear camera and an 8MP secondary camera. The device will come with 32GB of storage space and is expected to be priced between Rs. 10-12K.

Other than that, reports online also mention the presence of a 2,650mAh battery, and the use of Android 5.1.1 – which is expected as it is an Android One device.
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The Android One initiative, which was announced at Google I/O last year, is Google’s direct link to the lower-end consumers. The biggest issue with the Android platform is high levels of fragmentation, devices running older versions of the OS are still available for sale in the market. With the lessons learnt by this initiative, the Android team may be able to provide a better integration of its OS across devices.

In the past we haven’t seen worthy devices by this initiative, however it looks like the Lava Pixel V1 may arrive to change that perception.

Thanks, anonymous insider.

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Nitya Uppal
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Nitya is a Fashion Geek and a girl who is excited by the awesome. She loves her burgers and cannot get enough of them. She heads content at iGyaan Network and iGyaan Publishing. Find her on twitter below.
6 comments
SujeeshJoy
SujeeshJoy

2500 u r kidding me battery is worst when it comes to androidone phones

SheldonDias
SheldonDias

i doubt the bezels will turn out to be soo slim in reality, and i hope thats a mediatek processor.... the lower end snapdragon 410 is weak. otherwise we are looking at a very good deal

Elango As
Elango As

Finally someone can own a Nexus like product for 10K budget... Chetan Asher :)