LAVA launches Lava 3G 402+ android smartphone
New Delhi, India, December 23, 2013: LAVA, a fast growing company in the mobile handset industry, has launched its Lava 3G 402+ android smartphone, an upgrade over the 3G 402, with enhanced performance backed by significant hardware and software upgrades.
Lava 3G 402+ smartphone is powered by a fast 1.2GHz dual core processor along with 512MB of RAM, an upgrade from 256MB in 3G 402 along with a 4GB ROM increased from 512MB. It features a 3-megapixel camera and a VGA front camera for video calling. The phone runs on Android v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system and comes with a 10.2cm (4.0 inch) WVGA screen. It is packed with a large Li-Ion battery with 1500 mAh capacity for extended battery backup on 3G usage. It has GPS/Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity options.
Lava 3G 402+ smartphone also contain ‘Shake’ or ‘Keyboard magnifier’ applications. ‘Shake to Connect’ Features enables users to accept the incoming calls by simply shaking the handset instead of tapping the handset. Similarly, the call can be disconnected by shaking the handset. Also, the keyboard is supported by a magnifier for easier editing.
Chairman & Managing Director of Lava International Hari Om Rai said, “Lava aims to live up to the demands of its consumers by providing them the best 3G enabled devices at affordable prices as a growing number of people feel it is important to stay connected on social networks and utilize 3G mobile internet on the go. With a strong market intelligence, we have now launched 3G 402+ for an enhanced overall user experience”.
Lava 3G 402+ smartphone is available in the market at Rs. 6,499. Lava 3G 402+ comes in Metallic Grey, Metallic Brown, Ivory White.
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