With the elegant design and power-packed processor blended with Content Adaptive Backlight Control for better battery performance, can Lava Iris Pro 30 be the next sensational budget phone?
Lava has launched its latest budget smartphone Lava Iris Pro 30 with an interesting theme of ‘Art meet Smart’. On one side, as the budget phones lack in look and design, Lava has gone one step ahead in giving the phone a luxurious look, and on the other side, with its 1.2 quad-core processor backed with 2,000 mAh battery, it will provide a blend of look and durability. The device is stuffed with software features such as flip to mute, lift to answer and call, video PIP, sound and shot, voice and face unlocking. Here is an insight into the phone.
Iris Pro 30 is backed with 1.2 GHz quad-core processor topped with 1 Ghz RAM to provide the buttery smooth experience for the users. Lava has also played it smart and introduced PowerVR SGX544 GPU for super smooth performance even in high-end graphic-intensive games and applications. The phone runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and comes with 4GB internal storage with can be expanded up to 32GB.
Display, Design and Camera
Lava has smartly played its cards in terms of design and look. It has 4.7-inch HD IPS display packed with One Glass Solution–a touchscreen technology which reduces the thickness of display—to make it more sleek and light. The smartphone measures only 7.5mm thick and weighs just 114g. Pro 30 is loaded with 8-megapixel rear and 3-megapixel front camera with dual LED flash, which takes great shots with minimal noise, sharp details and rich colours.
Connectivity and Battery
The phone has CABC (Content Adaptive Backlight Control) screen brightness regulation technology that automatically reduces screen brightness for 30 per cent more battery life. The phone is USB OTG enabled which means the phone can be connected to the pen drive or other expandable memory through OTG cable. The phone runs on 2,000 mAh battery which provides a good battery backup.
Lava Iris Pro 30 is best suited for those who want a sleek and lightweight phone. It has the best look and is the lightest among its competitors. The price, however, may concern some but its unique features make it a worthy option.
By Rohan Pal