Lava launches 5G phone under INR 10,000

TechnologyLava launches 5G phone under INR 10,000

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Indigenous smartphone brand Lava announced the launch of its first 5G phone by the name of  Lava Blaze 5G. The phone is heard to be under the range of 10k, which is affordable for the masses.

The mobile phone was launched at the India Mobile Congress in Delhi and the pre-bookings are supposed to be with the festival of lights!

According to Lava Spokesperson, the brand had been working hard to deliver a smartphone that can be accessible to all income groups in India. The Lava Blaze phone is being launched with the thought of letting people experience  5G technology with a smart and sleek phone offering topnotch features at this price point.

The smartphone Blaze 5G is committed to each and every Indian smartphone customer who aspires to experience the updated technology the country is ready to offer. This new offering is expected to reach the last mile of India with the new technology launched by our prime minister.

The Lava Blaze comes with a  50MP AI triple camera and 8MP selfie camera for a marvellous experience of collecting beautiful memories in the form of pictures.

Lava Blaze 5G is supported by MediaTek Dimensity 700 and offers a  4GB+3GB Virtual RAM for wider storage space and a smooth and uninterrupted user experience. The phone also offers  a massive 5,000 mAh battery.

The Lava Blaze 5G has a large 6.5 inch HD+ IPS display with Widevine L1 support. The phone comes with superior security features as well to make the overall experience worth its while.

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