New round of Android One smartphones outed
After launching the first batch of Android One mobile phones back in September last year, Silicon Valley, California software technology giant, Google, is on the verge of unleashing a new band of smartphones under the initiative.
This time, India’s Lava Mobiles is said to in the frontline as one of Google’s hardware partners in the project. Lava’s Pixel V1 will mark the introduction of a new wave of Android One smartphones when it purportedly launches on Monday.
Information gathered by BestMobs shows that the Pixel V1 will sport a 5.5” 720p display with DragonTail glass protection. Beefed with two gigs of RAM and 1.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm CPU, the handset will be up and running with the latest Android version in the market — Android 5.1.1 aka Lollipop.
The V1 will house a 13-megapixel at the back as well as a secondary 5-megapixel shooter for taking selfies, groupies or whatever people do with their front-facing cameras. A 2,650mAh battery will supply current to the dual SIM 3G phone while at INR 11,349 or $117, the phone’s price range is unsurprisingly higher than that of the first Android One phones.
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