Lava Update: Lava Launches It’s first ever 5G Phone, Price may be around 10k

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Home made smartphone of lava brand launched globally on Monday this is the 1st 5G smartphone -Lava blaze 5G -for its consumer in the country, its price is almost 10,000 Rs.

The pre-bookings of this latest 5G phone which was exposed at the IMC (India mobile congress)2022, will start on Diwali of this year.

It was always our dream or you can say wish to develop a 5G smartphone in India. “Sunil Raina, President & Business Head, Lava International Limited”, added in a statement that this product is providing a separate great vision to the next generation 5G technology at the less cost.

This Lava blaze 5G smartphone is dedicated to all those smartphone users who want to see their company as the next tech superpower. Raina said also in his statement that with the launch of this phone they’re making the power of 5G technology accessible to all.

This smartphone has 50MP AI and a triple rear camera with an 8MP of front camera for great photography and selfies.

This smartphone has 4GB+3GB virtual RAM and 128 GB internal storage and a lag-free user experience. This phone is powered by Media Tek Dimensity and it has a great battery of 5000mAh.

The only aim of this 5G smartphone is to make technology accessible to all. Anku Jain the managing director of Media Tek India added that this collaboration is part of our commitment to furthering the government’s design India vision.

This Lava Blaze 5G phone has a large 6.5-inch HD+IPS display with a 90Hz refresh rate and widevine L1 support. This phone has extra security like fast fingerprint unlock.

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