Lava Iris 504Q+ Unboxing


Lava’s Iris 504Q, a mid range phone that released last year, came with a great screen, a decent camera and good build quality. Fast forward to now, we have its successor, the Lava Iris 504Q+, which comes with some minor changes in specifications as well as build quality and more importantly, the camera. Priced at 13,990 Rs. the Iris 504Q+ sports a 10 MP Sony sensor and an upgraded in-built storage of 8 GB, which makes it slightly better than its predecessor. So, what does it pack in its box, and how does it look and feel, in terms of hardware and software? Our unboxing video can help answer these questions –


lava-iris-504q+-unboxing-1Box Contents

  • Lava Iris 504Q+ in black
  • Free flip cover with sticky attachment
  • Free scratch guard
  • Information booklet – user guide
  • Micro USB cable
  • Charging plug
  • In-ear earphones with mic

The box contents are pretty much what you’d expect from a mid range phone, free accessories included. Lets talk about the phone now –


The Iris 504Q+ comes with a very similar set of specifications as its predecessor. But the good thing is, the display is as good as before and is really stunning at all viewing angles. Here are the complete specifications of the device –

Lava Iris 504Q+ specifications

  • 5-inch (1280 x 720 pixels) HD IPS display with OGS technology and Asahi Dragontrail glass protection
  • 1.3 GHz quad-core processor with Mali-400 MP2 GPU
  • Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)
  • Dual SIM (GSM + GSM)
  • 10MP rear camera with LED Flash, Sony Exmor RS Sensor with 1.4 µm aperture
  • 2MP front-facing camera
  • 7.9 mm thick and weighs 149 grams
  • 3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio
  • G Sensor, Motion sensor, Proximity sensor
  • 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory (5.33 GB user memory), 32GB expandable memory with MicroSD
  • 3G, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS
  • 2000 mAh battery


The biggest change here is of course, the camera, which is a 10 MP Sony EXMOR RS stacked CMOS sensor, which we have been seeing in many phones recently. The promise of good performance at this price range is a really compelling USP, but we will see how it stacks up standalone as a camera, in our camera review later. Build quality wise, even with a removable back cover, Lava has gone for metal and it’s really good. Sturdy build quality, a great display and a higher megapixel count can take a phone only so far, as the experience is what matters in the end. So, we will give you our verdict in a review soon, but until then, here are more pictures of the box contents.


Author: Bharadwaj Chandramouli

Bharadwaj is a content creator who has been obsessed with technology since the early days of smartphones. He loves talking about tech, is a fan of good design and photography. You can follow him on Twitter @gadgetbuff_ to know what he's upto!