LAVA, the well known indigenous smartphone manufacturer, today revealed its new handset ie the Iris Fuel 60. The phone’s USP as the name suggests is the large battery that it packs. But does that it make it sufficiently interesting? We spent some time with the phone. Here’s what we thought about it. Continue reading “Lava Iris Fuel 60 Hands On”
Lava Iris X1 is a mid-range Android smartphone that comes with above the price range specifications and shares its design language with one of the most premium smartphones in the market. Lava Iris X1 comes with a 4.5 inch FWVGA display, a quad-core processor from Broadcom and an iPhone-ish design language.
With the rapid proliferation of budget and mid range handsets, we’ve seen a mixed bag of products. The Lava Iris 504q is one of the few that bends the trend by introducing a device that combines affordability with a high end design, quality. While first impressions of the handset impress, is it enough to earn a recommendation? Read on to find out. Continue reading “Lava Iris 504q Review”
Lava just introduced its new handset, the Iris 504q, at an event in Delhi. Powered by a 1.2Ghz MediaTek processor, the handset also has 1GB of RAM. The Android 4.2 running phone is geared towards media consumption thanks to the large 5 inch HD 720p display. A front facing 2MP camera is provided to facilitate video calls while a rear facing 8MP shooter takes care of photography duties. The camera is capable of capturing video in 1080p resolution. Continue reading “Lava Iris 504Q with gesture controls, 5 inch HD screen launched for Rs 13,499”