Bought it after heartburn with Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime. First and foremost requirement was - Stock Android ROM, which it fulfilled. Also I have a old Lava Iris 504Q which is rock solid till now, had bought it after seeing its hammer shattering videos almost 1.5-2 yrs ago; hence have some trust on lava as well. This X10 fulfilled all my other requirements as well viz. 2gb RAM but it got 3GB, quad processor and 4G with 5inch screen gorilla glass (would have liked Asahi Dragontrail, as 504Q has; anyways people say both are same, not sure though). Bought It yesterday and got it today afternoon. As soon as I got it, was disappointed as Battery is "Non-Removable"; Apart from that everything else is fine. 3gb RAM out of which almost 2 gb remains free and 16gb ROM and 4G LTE works fine on airtel sim. Checked Viber, skype, google hangouts, ok google - all work flawlessly out of box - no settings needed. All in all happy with it, would have liked a flipcover with it (504Q was supplied with flip cover by company), will need to search in market for flipcover now :(nOne Star less for Non-Removable battery - rest all good.
I will be getting Lava X10 for temporary use as I lost my old one phone. Considering the features of the phone it’s a pretty sweet deal. n• Powered by 3GB RAM, it helps multi task without and lagging and waiting.n• 4G friendly, because it is faster than 3Gn• 5’’ display, easy on the eyes for readingn• For multitasking the phone entire day its 2900 mAh Li-Polymer battery is a life savernLava’s friendly figure encouraged me to place an order for it. And I would definitely suggest this phone for those who does not want to invest so much in phone but does its job of enabling you with the basic requirements.
@ BIJAY, I agree with you on the Lava X10 being a super stylish and sleek looking phone. I gifted this phone to my younger sister recently and she seems to be pretty happy with it. But I do disagree with you on the fact that the X10 has average camera and battery life. First of all it comes with an amazing pair of cameras with loads of add-on camera features, which I feel is quite generous considering the price. And secondly, the battery life of any smartphone is user specific and varies from user to user, according to their device usage patterns and features like mobile data, Wi-Fi, etc., so that is something that you’ll have to cope with and find ways to reduce battery consumption.
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