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Lava Iris
Pro 20
Review in pictures
If looks could kill…
• One of the better designed
smartphones from an Indian
vendor
• At 112g, the Lava Iris Pro 20
is the...
Rich display even with lower resolution
• The smartphone features a 4.7-inch display
• Even though it bears a low resoluti...
Rear shooter is good enough for casual
purposes only…
• At the back, the Iris Pro 20 has
an 8-megapixel camera
• It’s supp...
… and the secondary camera might not lure
selfie-addicts
• Just a VGA camera at the
front
• Good enough for
Skyping purpos...
Nothing much to talk about in terms of
software
• The operating system on
offer is Android 4.2 Jelly
Bean
• Minimal amount...
Gets you through the usual tasks
• The smartphone is powered
by MediaTek’s 1.2 GHz
MT6589 quad-core SoC
• For rendering gr...
Battery that lasts you through the day
• Powered by a 2,000mAh
non-removable battery
• Once charged, it can run
for more t...
Huge disappoint in the storage department
• The device offers a paltry
4GB of onboard storage
• Out of which only 1.4GB
is...
Bundled goodies for protecting your device
• The retail pack includes
a screen guard to
protect the display
• It also come...
At a glance
• 4.7-inch, 960 x 540 pixels (234
ppi)
• 1.2GHz quad-core MediaTek
MT6589 processor
• PowerVR SGX544 GPU
• 1GB...
-
• Run-of-the-mill specs
• Average rear camera
• Low internal storage
• Priced on the higher
side
Pros and cons
+
• Disti...
Sibling rivalry: how is the Iris Pro 20 different
from the Iris Pro 30
• The devices are strikingly similar both in terms ...
Price: Rs 12,799
Pricing and verdict
“The Lava Iris Pro 20 takes the
philosophy of the ‘Pro’ series
to deliver a stylish s...
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Did you know that the Lava Iris Pro 20 is the lightest smartphone in its category? The Iris Pro 20 takes many of its features including the design and hardware specs from the Pro 30, but there are some things that sets it apart. Join us as we take you through its review in pictures along with the mention of the key differences between the two siblings.

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  1. 1. Lava Iris Pro 20 Review in pictures
  2. 2. If looks could kill… • One of the better designed smartphones from an Indian vendor • At 112g, the Lava Iris Pro 20 is the lightest smartphone in its category • It’s quite sleek as well with a thickness of 7.7mm • Has the usual layout of buttons and ports • The blue rear panel is highly flexible, but lends it a distinct look
  3. 3. Rich display even with lower resolution • The smartphone features a 4.7-inch display • Even though it bears a low resolution of 960 x 540 pixels, the display is pretty good • Legible outdoors as well, though you’ll need to increase brightness • Protected by a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass
  4. 4. Rear shooter is good enough for casual purposes only… • At the back, the Iris Pro 20 has an 8-megapixel camera • It’s supplemented by a dual LED flash for shooting in low- light conditions • The camera app is stock Android • It offers options like smile detection, best shot selection, HDR, panorama, multi-angle view, etcetera • The camera captured accurate colours, though image quality isn’t extremely impressive
  5. 5. … and the secondary camera might not lure selfie-addicts • Just a VGA camera at the front • Good enough for Skyping purposes, but not for taking selfies Here are a few samples from the primary camera:
  6. 6. Nothing much to talk about in terms of software • The operating system on offer is Android 4.2 Jelly Bean • Minimal amount of customisations on top • Graphs for viewing the status of battery, CPU, etc are a valuable addition • It also comes with preinstalled apps like Lava Care and OfficeSuite
  7. 7. Gets you through the usual tasks • The smartphone is powered by MediaTek’s 1.2 GHz MT6589 quad-core SoC • For rendering graphics, it has PowerVR SGX544MP • This combination is mated with a gigabyte of RAM • The smartphone performs fairly well for the usual tasks • There are some lags while playing heavy games like Riptide GP2
  8. 8. Battery that lasts you through the day • Powered by a 2,000mAh non-removable battery • Once charged, it can run for more than a day of moderate usage • In our standard battery test, the smartphone lasted for a period of eight hours while playing a 720p video non-stop • Offers a power saving mode shutting down non- essential features when the battery level is low
  9. 9. Huge disappoint in the storage department • The device offers a paltry 4GB of onboard storage • Out of which only 1.4GB is available for installing apps and 0.9GB for personal data • This means that you can neither install heavy games nor too many regular apps and games • However, the memory can be extended via a microSD card
  10. 10. Bundled goodies for protecting your device • The retail pack includes a screen guard to protect the display • It also comes with a flip cover, which can be adhered to its rear panel • The cover also supports the device in upright position in landscape mode, making it ideal for watching movies
  11. 11. At a glance • 4.7-inch, 960 x 540 pixels (234 ppi) • 1.2GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6589 processor • PowerVR SGX544 GPU • 1GB RAM • 4GB in-built storage with microSD slot • 8-megapixel main camera with dual LED flash, VGA secondary camera • Android 4.2 Jelly Bean • 2,000mAh battery • 2G / 3G dual-SIM (one is regular SIM and other is micro-SIM), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS
  12. 12. - • Run-of-the-mill specs • Average rear camera • Low internal storage • Priced on the higher side Pros and cons + • Distinct design • Great handling
  13. 13. Sibling rivalry: how is the Iris Pro 20 different from the Iris Pro 30 • The devices are strikingly similar both in terms of their looks and the internals • However, there are some differences which makes the Iris Pro 20 one rung lower than the Iris Pro 30 • The Lava Iris Pro 20 has a qHD (960 x 540 pixels) display as compared to the 720p display offered by the Iris Pro 30 • The Iris Pro 20 gets only a VGA camera at the front VS
  14. 14. Price: Rs 12,799 Pricing and verdict “The Lava Iris Pro 20 takes the philosophy of the ‘Pro’ series to deliver a stylish smartphone at an economical price tag further. It surely is successful in that regard, although its average hardware configuration and camera sour the deal slightly”
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