Lava Iris X1

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Lava Iris X1
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Based on 11 expert reviews
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    4
  • Average:
    5
  • Bad:
    2
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Expert reviews and ratings

By Gadgets360 on 60

The Lava Iris X1 is priced at around Rs. 7,999 and we are disappointed with its performance. With the arrival of Android One phones and the existence older but better products such as the Moto E (Review | Pictures), Asus Zenfone 4 (Review | Pictures) and...

By gizbot.com on 70

The mobile handset business is booming. In fact, sort of tectonic shifts have been experienced with the arrival of so many companies coming into the market which can be compared to an avalanche. And the surge in the market isn't stopping anytime soon.A...

By gizbot.com on 70

Lava Iris X1 Review: Processor and BenchmarkThe Lava Iris X1 comes powered by a Broadcom (BCM23550) quad-core chipset, running at 1.2GHz. There's also 1GB of RAM to accompany the handset to maintain the speed while doing everything that's possible via...

By gizbot.com on 70

Lava Iris X1 Review: Battery Life and VerdictThe Lava Iris X1 comes with an on-board 1800mAh battery unit. That's quite a decent number, we have to say, in terms of its price and other overall specs.For us, the battery panned out somewhat well. We did...

By TheMobileIndian on 70

Lava Iris X1, in terms of design and look, is definitely a worthy contender of Mote E and Micromax Canvas Unite 2. It also offers a decent performance and two good cameras (front and rear). However, it does not have Gorilla Glass protection like the Moto...

By igyaan.in on 67

The Moto E is one tough nut to crack. Other Android phone brands despise it. Companies like Micromax and Lava and others were taken aback by the spectacular performance of the Moto E and the huge appreciation it has received in India. Lava X1 is Lava's...

By techmagnifier.com on 60

Lava Iris X1 comes loaded with the similar Broadcom quad core processor found in Canvas Engage from Micromax, but includes 1GB RAM and performs decently well. It costs thousand bucks more and comes with advanced hardware specs compared to Moto E but when...

By gadgetstouse.com on 80

Lava Iris X1 is available in offline market and online market for around Rs. 7999 INR and it is one of the good Moto E competitor with better camera, front camera, apps can be installed with SD card and display which is slightly less in resolution than...

By gogi.in on 80

As mentioned the handset uses the same Broadcom quad core hardware as seen on the Micromax Canvas Engage. The X1 is better than the Engage as it comes with 1GB RAM and can install apps on external storage.X1 is priced at under Rs. 8,000 slightly higher...

By FirstPost on 80

The Lava Iris X is priced at Rs 7,999 and is only available via Amazon for now. Ironically, the ‘Moto E' killer only seems to be coming in stock on the 5th of June, while the Moto E is back in stock right now (Update: It's out of stock again!) . For a...

By FirstPost on 80

The Lava Iris X is priced at Rs 7,999 and is only available via Amazon for now. Ironically, the ‘Moto E' killer only seems to be coming in stock on the 5th of June, while the Moto E is back in stock right now (Update: It's out of stock again!) . For a...

By Digit on

The Lava Iris X1 offers specifications, which would easily justify its Rs. 7,999 price tag. But we wouldn't recommend this over the Moto E, because the extra specs don't add to the performance of the smartphone. The phone still has perhaps the best looks...

By techpp.com on

There are a lot of good things going for the Lava Iris X1 – great looks and decent build quality, above-average 8MP camera, and a near-stock latest Android KitKat OS. All these make it look like a great package at Rs.7999, but for a below-par display,...

By mobigyaan.com on

The Lava Iris Pro X1 is a mixed bag of goodies. It has an amazing camera, great form factor and Android 4.4.2. in tow. It has some nicks and bruises on the side.But in totality, it is a stylish phone and something that has an amazing amount of grace for...