Lava V5 unboxing and first impressions: a solid effort that bets big on photography
“While the V5 comes across as a solid effort from the brand, it faces an uphill task against formidable options”Lava V5 unboxing and first impressions 01
In the past few months, Indian smartphone brands have been quiet on the flagship front. Barring Micromax, most companies have been unable to counter the attack from new-age brands, with many of them being of Chinese origin. Homegrown brand Lava, in order to change this situation, has taken the covers off its latest flagship device dubbed the V5. Priced at Rs 11,499, the smartphone is a successor to the Pixel V2 and is betting big on the photography experience.
Jan 12, 2016