Lava is all set to launch a new smartphone in the under Rs. 10,000 segment in India. Know what this upcoming phone has to offer.
Lava is all set to launch its new smartphone in the under 10000 segment in the Indian market. It is said to be the Lava Blaze which is a budget smartphone but with several interesting features. Lava was previously tipped to be working on a phone in the under 10,000 price bracket, and now the specs, first look and price of the upcoming Lava Blaze have surfaced online. Lava International president and business head Sunil Raina told PTI that the company is coming up with Blaze series smartphones that will be priced below Rs. 10,000. Plus, Lava Blaze gets a repair service right at your doorstep.
“We came up with the concept of customer relationship manager for Agni series phones — Agni Mitra — where customers were assigned a dedicated person to solve any problem they might face in their smartphones. We are now going to extend the same concept for our upcoming Blaze series. We plan to launch it with 2,000 employees across India,” Raina told PTI. Here’s what this new Lava Under-10000 smartphone has to offer: from specs, expected price to launch date, check out all the details on the upcoming Lava Blaze here.
Lava Blaze Expected Specs and Features
Not much information is available about the upcoming Lava Blaze, but MySmartPrice Khabar has leaked a poster suggesting that the upcoming Lava smartphone will be Blaze, which has two large lens cutouts, suggesting a dual-camera setup on the back. It looks like the device will come in a black color variant along with curved edges. Also Read: 3 more smartphones to be launched in June – Realme C30, Samsung Galaxy F13 and Poco F4; check details
Lava Blaze expected price and availability
The report suggests that the Lava Blaze will soon hit the Indian market, which has been thrust into the limelight due to its expected affordable price for a smartphone, which is said to be less than Rs. 10,000. However, Lava has yet to officially confirm the launch or specs of the smartphone, so you should take this information with a grain of salt.