Lava, a Delhi-based smartphone company, has released its entry-level Fuel-series smartphone called Iris Fuel F2.
The handset is priced at Rs. 4444 and is being claimed to provide 31 hours of talk time over 2G with its 3000mAh battery backup.
The Lava Iris Fuel F2 is exclusively available from eBay in two color choices including black and white.
Despite the fact that the newly released device is the successor of the previously released Fuel F1 which was priced at Rs.8700, the specs and features indicate that the handset would be a downgrade rather than an upgrade.
Lava Iris Fuel F2 features a 5-inches FWVGA display with 854×480p screen resolution and 196ppi pixel density. Iris Fuel F2 is powered by quad-core SoC clocked at 1.3GHz.
The device is driven by Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box. This handset packs in 512MB of RAM along with 8GB of internal storage that can be extended up to 32GB via microSD card support.
In terms of camera, Iris Fuel F2 by Lava features a 5MP back snapper that comes with single LED flash support and also sports VGA front-facing camera to click selfies. The snapper features HDR and panorama options.
Additional specs include Dual SIM connectivity with dual standby, 3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio. The Lava Iris Fuel F2 measures 142.5×72.5×10.5mm. Connectivity options include, 3G, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0
Last year, the company had also released Iris Fuel F1 Mini priced at Rs. 4399 with 4 inches display and 5MP camera. In addition, Lava has also introduced a number of handsets in its Fuel series with huge battery backups such as Fuel 60 and Fuel 20.
The best feature of the phone is the amazing talk time it offers. The Lava Iris Fuel F2 is claimed to last up to a massive thrity one hours of talk time on 2G.
Iris Fuel F2 seems to be the good addition in the list of entry-level devices by the company.