Indian handset maker Lava today announced a new smartphone under its new ‘X’ series called Lava X2. The Lava X2 is an online-exclusive smartphone for the Indian market in the sub-INR10,000 ($130/€120) segment that will be sold through Amazon.in.
Built around a 6.5″ HD+ IPS display, the Lava X2 has a Helio octa-core processor under the hood paired with 2GB of RAM. Lava hasn’t mentioned the name of the Helio chip anywhere on its official website or in any of the press materials we’ve posted. and the company has yet to respond to our inquiry about it, but we’ll update the story once we have more information about the SoC.
That said, the Lava X2 runs Android 11 (Go Edition) and has 32GB of onboard storage. The smartphone has a 5 MP selfie camera and the rear panel has a dual camera system headed by an 8 MP primary unit. The purpose of the second camera is unknown, but it could be one of those less useful 2MP depth sensors.
The Lava X2 comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, a 3.5mm headphone jack and USB-C. It’s powered by a 5,000mAh battery, but there’s no fast charge here as Lava says the cell takes 3.45 hours to fully charge with the included adapter. However, the company says on a single charge you can get 38 hours of talk time on 4G networks, 480 hours of standby with mobile data enabled, or 10.5 hours of YouTube viewing at full screen brightness.
Lava X2 color options
The Lava X2 comes in blue and cyan colors and can be pre-booked on Amazon.in until March 11 for INR 6,599 ($85/€80). Once the open sale starts on March 12, it will cost INR 6,999. ($90/€85).
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