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@Chirayu Samarth • 16 Dec, 2014 • 2 likes
After launching Iris Fuel 50 last month, the Indian mobile vendor has now launched another budget smartphone Lava Iris Fuel 60 at Rs. 8,888. The company asserts that the smartphone will provide users a relief from all battery and power bank hassles along with stylish design, brilliant camera and blazing fast processing speeds. The USP of this device is its huge 4000 mAh Li-Polymer battery which will last for 32 hours on 2G and around 13 hours on 3G. With quick charge technology, the phone can be fully charged in about 3 hours and 15 minutes. Clearly, the phone is targeted to the consumers who want big battery phones.


The Iris Fuel 60 flaunts a 5-inch HD display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat. And the best part is, the company has promised Lollipop update. It is powered by 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 quad-core processor and offers 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal storage expandable up to 32 GB via microSD card. The dual-SIM smartphone sports a 10MP rear camera with LED flash and 2MP front camera. Connectivity options include 3G support, WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS, G-sensor, Ambient Light, Proximity. The device is available in black and white colors, weighs 174g and other accessories includes flip cover, USB cable and screen guard.

The company has decided to give this smartphone a Christmas launch making it available in both online and offline stores from December 25. Going by the specifications, Iris Fuel 60 will compete with other affordable smartphones like Micromax Canvas Power and Gionee M2. Let us know your views on this new smartphone from Lava. Share with us in comments.

Source: LAVA
@Aditya Deshmukh • 16 Dec, 2014 Thats a pretty heavy phone (174 gm)

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