Lava is adding a new member, called Lava Z2 Max, to its Z series lineup which already includes Z1, Z2, Z4, and Z6.
The Lava Z2 Max is mainly targeted at students in India who are looking to carry on their online education amidst the ongoing pandemic. This translates to a huge 7-inch HD+ LCD panel for content consumption and it’s backed up by an equally big 6,000mAh battery which can last up to nine hours of YouTube video playback at full brightness and volume, claims Lava.
At the helm is an Helio chipset with a clock speed of 1.8GHz that comes equipped with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage which is expandable via microSD card up to 256GB.
The phone ships with a stock Android 10 Go out of the box, which means it has zero bloatware. On the other hand, the phone’s optics is nothing out of ordinary with the selfie shooter being an 8MP sensor hidden inside the notch, while the primary camera at the rear is 13MP with a 2MP depth sensor accompanying it.
Other than that, the Lava Z2 Max has dual-SIM support, box speakers, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a USB-C port.
As for the price, the Lava Z2 Max costs INR 7,799 (around NPR 12,450 in Nepal) and can be bought from Lava’s website, Flipkart, Amazon, and retail stores across India. The company is also offering a free one-year screen replacement warranty to every buyer.