Lava Z2 Max announced with 7" screen and 6,000 mAh battery

Sagar, 11 May 2021

Indian handset maker Lava unveiled four Z series smartphones in January - Z1, Z2, Z4, and Z6. Today the company added a new member to the lineup, dubbed Lava Z2 Max.

The Lava Z2 Max is aimed at students and is developed to support online education during the ongoing pandemic. Thus, it comes equipped with a 7" HD+ LCD - allowing students to comfortably watch the content on screen - and packs a 6,000 mAh battery which Lava claims can play YouTube videos for about nine hours at full brightness and volume.

Lava Z2 Max announced with 7'' screen and 6,000 mAh battery

Under the hood, the Lava Z2 Max has a quad-core Helio chipset clocked at 1.8GHz. It's paired with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage, and there's also a microSD card slot for storage expansion by up to 256GB.

Lava Z2 Max announced with 7'' screen and 6,000 mAh battery

On the software front, the Lava Z2 Max runs a stock version of Android 10 Go that's devoid of any bloatware. And for photography, the smartphone has a total of three cameras onboard - an 8MP selfie shooter inside the notch, with the 13MP primary camera on the rear joined by a 2MP depth sensor.

Lava Z2 Max announced with 7'' screen and 6,000 mAh battery

The rest of the features of the Z2 Max include box speakers, dual-SIM support, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a USB-C port.

The Z2 Max comes in Stroked Blue and Stroked Cyan colors. It's priced at INR7,799 ($105/€85) and can be purchased from Lava's e-store, Flipkart,, as well as offline stores across India. Lava is also offering a one-year free screen replacement warranty to the customers.

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Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 22 Jul 2021
  • nXd

It could be a bezelless screen from 7,5" and they spilled It.

  • My
  • 18 Jul 2021
  • U{@


Ahh okay I understand now. That is true, you are losing screen real estate on the sides with tall aspect ratios. Yeah unfortunately there's not a lot of options there.

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