Lava Launches Its Iris X1 With Android 4.4 Kitkat At Rs.7,999

Lava Launches Its Iris X1 With Android 4.4 Kitkat At Rs.7,999

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 27 May 2014, 13:26 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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BANGALORE: After Google’s Moto E, Lava launched its Iris X1 smartphone powered by Android KitKat operating system, for Rs.7,999. Lava International said in a statement, "Currently, Lava Iris X1 is one of the few devices in India and the first one from Lava that is built on the latest Android OS out-of-the-box platform.”

It boasts of 11.43 cm (4.5’inch) FWVGAIPS display screen (854x480 pixels). The dual-sim handset has a 1.2 GHz quad-core Broadcom BCM23550 Processor with Videocore IV GPU; possesses 1GB RAM with 4GB internal memory expandable up to 32GB.

As per the information on its official website, the camera is excellent with dual flash LED and auto-focus and has digital zoom with video recording as well. Secondary camera is of 2MP. It also comes with a bunch of new features as its phone application automatically prioritizes contacts based on the people a user talks to the most and its caller ID looks for matches from businesses with local listing on Google Maps.

The Lava Iris X1 will be made available to customers from 27 May onwards in  The handset will be seen in two colors, black and white. The additional advantage you will get upon buying early is a free intelligent flip that puts the phone automatically to sleep mode when it is closed. The more good news is held in the fact that you will get a 16GB Ultra Micro SD card with each pre-order on 27 May. Iris X1 is sure to make waves.

Making a comment prior the launch and availability of Lava Iris X1, Hari Om Rai, Chairman and Managing Director, Lava International said, “Iris X1 is designed to mesmerize the consumers and will surely create ripples in the market at this price point. We are confident that the latest hardware and software features coupled with its great design will surely deliver a rich experience to the consumers.”

(With PTI inputs)

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