Lava Z61 Pro, Lava 5 and Lava A9 Launched in India, To be Available on Sale Via Flipkart: Price, Features

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Ahead of Independence Day, Indian smartphone maker Lava has announced three new devices in the country which the company has said is its #ProudlyIndian special edition series. There is one smartphone called the Lava Z61 Pro while Lava 5 and Lava A9 are both feature phones. To purchase any of the devices you can visit Flipkart or any of Lava’s offline stores.
Lava Z61 Pro: Price and specs
The Lava Z61 Pro had been announced earlier back in July and it has been released again with the #ProudlyIndian logo embossed at the bottom. The Z61 Pro happens to be priced at Rs 5,777 putting it in the entry-level segment. In terms of specs, the Z61 Pro happens to have a 5.45-inch HD+ full view display with an unnamed octa-core chipset clocking in at 1.6GHz. There will be only the single 2GB RAM + 16GB RAM version of the device and it has the #ProudlyIndian logo on the back. In terms of expandable storage, the phone has support for up to 128GB via a microSD card. As far as optics go, there is a single 8MP camera on the back while the selfie shooter is a 5MP sensor. The entire setup is powered by 3,100mAh battery and in terms of connectivity options, you get Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi, GPS, Micro-USB port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The phone is available in three colour options which are Amber Red, Champagne Gold and Midnight Blue
Lava A9 and A5: Price and specs
The Lava A9 is a feature phone with a 2.8-inch QVGA display with expandable storage of 32GB. Priced at Rs 1,574, the phone has 4MB of RAM and Bluetooth connectivity, a single 1.3MP camera on the back, and a 1,700mAh battery. The Lava A5 has a smaller 2.5-inch QVGA display with the same amount of expandable storage of 32GB. It is priced at  Rs 1,333 and it has 0.3MP camera on the back. As for the battery, the device packs in a 1,000mAh cell which the company says can last for up to 3 days. Both phones have the same tri-coloured back as the Indian flag.

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