Lava Pixel V1: Announced the first device of the second generation of Android One

The Android One of Google, it brings economic Android devices in developing countries, only reached the second generation and now offers better features at a relatively good price.

The first smartphone that is part of the second generation of Android One, is the Lava Pixel V1 and comes with several good features and beautiful design, and has a fairly thin metal structure.
As for its features, it has a large 5.5 inch display with a resolution of 1280 × 720, which is protected by Asahi Dragontrail Glass. Inside is placed the MediaTek 6582 at 1.3GHz with 2GB RAM and Mali 400MP2 GPU for graphics. The storage area is to 32GB and is expandable with microSD. At the rear, there is an 8MP camera that can shoot photos up to 13MP, thanks to reinforcing software, while the front is decorated with a 5MP sensor that puts selfies to 8MP. The Lava Pixel V1 does not support 4G LTE networks, as it is just a 3G device, but at least users will be able to put two SIM cards in it. Finally, the device keeps open a battery at 2650mAh.
Needless to say, it is a device that is directly supported by Google and that means of course that runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and that will continue to be upgraded over the next two years in the latest version of Android.
The Lava Pixel V1 is already available for purchase in India at 11,349 INR which in today’s rate translated to 160 euros.