Lava Teases Selfie-Centric Smartphone With 5-Inch Display, Android KitKat Along With Its Pricing

    Just a couple of days ago, India-based smartphone maker Lava launched its latest Iris Pro 30+ smartphone which boasts of its 13MP rear camera. Now, the company has already started teasing its new smartphone, which is again a camera centric device but this time around it is the front facing camera that is getting a special highlight.

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    Lava Teases Selfie-Centric Smartphone With 5-Inch Display

    Moreover, the phone in question would come with a wide-angle front camera with LED flash in the X series soon. However, Lava did not reveal the resolution of the camera. The company does reveal few specs like the 5-inch display. The company also says that it will run Android KitKat and will be priced under Rs. 10,000.

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    Recently, Lava Iris X5 was also spotted in Zauba, and Indian import/export database site that revealed dual SIM support and 8GB of internal storage, so if the phone in the teaser turn out to be the same one than the upcoming X series smartphone could be Iris X5.

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    Other than the above mentioned specs, other details about the phone are not mentioned as of now. However, the upcoming Lava smartphone would be the second device in the X series to be launched in India. The first one was launched back in May this year in a form of Iris X1.

    Talking about the competition, the upcoming selfie-oriented Lava Iris X smartphone will have to battle the likes of Xperia C3 from Sony, Lenovo Vibe X which comes with wide angle front facing shooter and other 5MP front facing camera phones from Micromax and others.

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