Lava introduced two new versions of its A5 and A9 feature phones well as ProudlyIndian Edition of its Z61 Pro smartphone. The latter was launched last month and boasts a 5.45-inch LCD, 8MP primary camera and 3,100 mAh battery while retailing at INR 5,777 ($77).
The Lava A5 comes in a candy bar form factor with a 2.4-inch QVGA display, 1,000 mAh battery and dual SIM slots. The phone supports up to 32GB microSD cards for added storage. There’s also support for 22 languages, a single 0.3 MP rear-facing camera that can also record videos as well as other expected features like FM radio, Bluetooth and an LED flash which doubles as a torch.
The battery is rated at 3 days of standard usage and Lava is also touting a Super Battery mode which should provide even longer endurance when you’re not close to a charger. The Lava A5 comes with a “ProudlyIndian” back design which commemorates India’s 74th Independence Day. Retail pricing is set at INR 1,449 ($19) and is available through Flipkart.
The Lava A9 brigs a larger 2.8" display with the same QVGA resolution. The battery is also larger than the A5, coming in at 1,700 mAh which should last 6 days with normal use according to Lava.
The phone also packs dual-SIM slots, FM radio and Bluetooth as well as a single 1.3MP rear camera with an LED flash. The A9 retails for INR 1,899 ($25) and is also up for grabs through Flipkart.
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looks like this is gonna be a new alternative for the "non-Chinese" smartphones. Good start
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