“Lava” is a famous brand that every Indian would know about it in their childhood. It was founded in 2009 by Hari Om Rai, Sunil Bhalla, Shailendra Nath Rai, and Vishal Sehgal. 5 out of 10 houses in an area will have Lava keypad mobiles.
After smartphones had occupied the market, the usage of keypad phones is reduced with the sales.
To be in the race with the current market, Lava had also manufactured and marketed many smartphones like the Z1, Z2, Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6, and myZ are the world’s first customizable smartphones operated by Android, but Indians are attracted with the Chinese models which have better features rather than our Indian brand which leads to the fall in the market.
After a long time Lava had introduced the first Indian 5G smartphone with great specifications and good battery backup called “Lava AGNI”. Lava has showcased India’s prowess with the launch of AGNI 5G.
The main specifications of the first Indian 5G smartphones are powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 810 latest chipset with a clock speed of 2.4 GHz ensures lightning-fast speed to perform tasks and supports multiple applications and games simultaneously., giving users extremely power efficient 5G connectivity, has stock android 11 UI with Android 11 operating system.
It consists of a dual 5G sim with network acceleration, Quad AI-enabled 64 megapixels, primary camera along with a 5 MP wide-angle camera, 2 MP Depth cameras, and a 2 MP Macro camera give a superior photography experience.
And also front camera with 16 megapixels with 10 beauty modes which are fond for photo freaks with wide-angle option and pro-Mode X RAW, AI mode Upgraded to 12 modes.
The mobile has 6.78 inches full HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate comprising gorilla glass for screen protection.
Lava AGNI has a battery power of 5000 mAh and 30W superfast charging, has 8GB RAM to eradicate lags and jitters, and a storage capacity of 128GB ROM.
Starting at Rs 19999, the smartphone is now available to purchase at Lava e-store, and also shopping sites like Amazon and Flipkart. The phone will also be soon available offline at the company’s 100K+ retail stores spread across the country.