The Lava Iris Fuel 50 is the second smartphone from the Indian OEM’s 2014 lineup to get treated to Android Lollipop. The company has officially announced that the new OS has started seeding to the handset across the country, bringing a lot of new features to the affordable entry-level release.
The Lava Iris Fuel 50 is part of the company’s battery-focused series and was launched in October of last year with no promise of being bumped to Lollipop. Nevertheless, Android 5.0 is here and it’s said to improve the battery life which should squeeze out a lot more from the already large 3000mAh power pack.
You’ll now be able to know approximately how long it will take for your Xolo phone to get fully juiced up. And a graph is visible indicating the amount of time left before the battery runs dry. Then there’s a power saver mode which reduces consumption by limiting background data. It alerts you at 15% of remaining charge on whether you want to enable it or not.
The experience on Iris Fuel 50 will be mostly stock and you’ll be treated to the new notifications panel as well as support for alerts on the lockscreen. Other features introduced with Android Lollipop like better multitasking, interruptions and more can also be found on the smartphone.
Lava Iris Fuel 50 specs recap:
– 1.3GHz quad core processor
– 1GB RAM
– 8GB internal storage, 32GB microSD expandable
– 5-inch FWVGA IPS LCD panel
– Dual SIM support
– 3000mAh battery
– 8MP rear shooter, 2MP front camera
The Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Lava Iris Fuel 50 is being seeded over the air and we wouldn’t get our hopes high of seeing version 5.1 arrive anytime soon.