by August 16, 2013 0 comments

Mobile handset maker Lava, International Limited, has introduced its entry-level 3G Android smartphones – Lava 3G 356 and Lava 3G 402, positioned as value-for-money phones.

Lava stated that these smartphones are designed with a purpose to give the best possible 3G mobile experience at an affordable price to the consumers, who like staying connected to social media and accessing the Internet.

Through its feature-rich 3G smartphones, Lava aims to help the existing 2G users to upgrade to 3G technology, essentially take the fastest internet access to the masses.

Powered by a fast dual-core processor and the latest Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system with OTA upgrade, the 3G 356 provides the user with exceptional performance for enhanced multi-tasking and connectivity.

With 3.5-inch capacitive touchscreen featuring high-res HVGA Display (480X320), Lava 3G 356 smartphone comes loaded with a 1.3MP camera, a large Li-Ion battery with 1500 mAh capacity and proximity sensor for longer life, which assures upto 5 hours of talktime and 200 hours of stand-by.

The Lava 3G 402 is a 4-inch capacitive touchscreen smartphone with high-res WVGA Display (480X800) with 16 million colors. It runs on Android (Jelly Bean) 4.2 and sports a 3MP camera. Powered by a dual core 1.2 GHz processor and a powerful 1500mAh battery, both 356 and 402 give users enough battery hours to browse Internet on 3G, download videos and songs, and check e-mails on the go.

The 3G series comes with 512 MB ROM + 256 MB RAM, which can be expanded upto 32 GB through external memory card.

Priced at Rs. 4,499 and Rs. 5,499 respectively, Lava 3G 356 comes in white, black and grey, and 3G 402 comes in white, grey and red. The accessories bundled with the 3G 356 and 402 include a screen guard and silicon soft pouch.

The handsets are available for sale across all national retail stores, multi-brand outlets across India and leading online stores.

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