First Android One second generation smartphone

The launch of Google’s Android One initiative, which aims to provide consumers with low-cost smartphones with ongoing system updates, has been a success. Devices are selling pretty well, and soon we can expect the second generation of smartphones, whose first representative is the Lava Pixel V1.

Lava Pixel V1 is a product of the Indian company Lava International, which officially will be presented on July 29, but now the network has leaked some details about it, letting us know the new smartphone model a little closer. This time it will be a slightly higher level of equipment compared to earlier models and have a slightly better technical specification.

Reports say the 5.5-inch touch screen resolution of 720 x 1080 pixels, which will be protected from damage by DragonTreail glass developed by Asahi.

The heart of the device is a 64-bit, 1.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, which supports up to 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable memory with a 32GB microSD card. The manufacturer will also equip it with a 13 megapixel camera as well as a 5 megapixel front camera for selfie and video calling.

The smartphone will also be equipped with GPS and 3G HSPA + and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. Hardware power will provide a battery capacity of 2560 mAh, while functionality will take care of the latest Android 5.1.1. In addition, the purchaser of this hardware has for the next two years provided any updates to the operating system, which will be received immediately after their availability.

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