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Lava launches three 4G VoLTE smartphones starting Rs 5,699

LAVAX3Lava International announced three new 4G smartphones priced between Rs 5,699 and 6,499.

Out of these, the Lava A72 and A76 are available immediately, while the A89 is expected to be available to consumers in the coming weeks.

The A72, A76 and A89 are priced at Rs. 6499, Rs. 5699 and Rs. 5999 respectively.

Lava A76, the cheapest of the three, features a 4.5 inch display screen, while A72 and A89 feature 5 inch displays.

The smartphones are powered by a 1.5 GHz Quad Core Processor and are coupled with 1GB RAM.

The phones come with 8 GB storage memory (expandable up to 32GB).

The 4G VoLTE smartphones are run on Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system, with the company promising a guaranteed upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow for A72 and A89.

All three phones come with 5MP rear camera with LED flash.

The A72 features a 5 MP front camera with LED flash, A76 features a VGA front camera with LED flash and A89 features a 2MP front camera with LED flash.

The battery capacity of Lava A72, A76 & A89 are 2500 mAH, 1850 mAH and 2000 mAh respectively.

“These smartphones reinforce Lava’s expertise in innovating reliable phones – all the three phones have Video PIP mode that helps to access any app while watching video, Smart Screen Gestures functionality for easy accessibility of features, Smart Music feature through which music can be played even when the screen is off, auto call recording,
Flip to mute feature and LED flash on receiving calls functionality,” the company said.

Apart from 4G network support, connectivity options on Lava A72 and A89 include GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. Connectivity options on A76 are Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. While A72 will be available in two colours- White plus Gold and Blue Black, both A76 and A89 will be available in black and white colours.

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