NEW DELHI: Homegrown handset makerLava on Friday launched its new smartphone, the Lava Yuva 3, from Rs 6,799 in India.
The Lava Yuva 3 smartphone comes in two variants: 4GB RAM (+4GB virtual RAM) and 64GB storage at Rs 6,799, while the 4GB RAM (+4GB virtual RAM) and 128GB storage variant is priced at Rs 7,299.
Both storage variants will be available for purchase on Amazon from February 7. They will go on sale on the Lava e-store as well as the company’s retail stores from February 10.
The Yuva 3 will be available in three colours: Eclipse Black, Cosmic Lavender and Galaxy White.
The Lava Yuva 3 comes with a 6.5-inch 90Hz punch-hole display with HD+ resolution. It is powered by the Unisoc T606 octa-core processor, and a 5000 mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging.
AdvtIt comes with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, UFS 2.2 ROM, 13MP triple AI rear camera with 5MP front camera, a bottom-firing speaker, stock Android 13, and the face unlock feature for enhanced security, among others.
It also offers two years of assured security updates and a guaranteed Android 14 upgrade.
“Embracing the dynamic landscape of changing consumer preferences, especially with the youth seeking uncompromised aesthetics and performance, Yuva 3 sets the bar higher. With its Premium Design, seamless user experience powered by stock Android 13 (with a guaranteed upgrade to Android 14), and 2-year security updates, it caters to the evolving demands,” said Sumit Singh, Product Head, Lava International Limited.
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