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India based smartphoen maker Lava has recently announced that it will soon launch its latest handset called Iris Pro. Precisely, the company will launch the device on Friday (17th, 2014) in Delhi.
The Device falls in the line of the company's rich Iris smartphone line up. The claims that the handset is filled with most of the high end specs.
Without disclosing the specs and details of the device, the company says that the first smartphone to be launched in the series will weigh just 114 grams, positioning it amongst India's lightest phones with a screen size of 4.7 inches or more. The display used is from Sharp, a leading Japanese LCD manufacturer.
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With the tagline "Art Meets Smart", this Iris Pro handset promises to blend looks with smart hardware and software features like CABC (Content Adaptive backlight control), fully laminated touch panel and Corning Gorilla glass.
The company has already released a 35 seconds long teaser of the handset on YouTube. However, the video also doesn't reveal anything as such.
However, as you watch the brief teaser, perhaps the company can be understood to be focusing much on the design and smart features in the upcoming smartphone.
The upcoming smartphone from Lava will surely make a lot of differences in the mid-range smartphone battle taking place in India. However, among others Chinese vendors like Huawei, Gionee and other including domestic phone makers will likely be affected more.