Lava IRIS 502 Arrives in India at INR 8,499

The smartphone runs under Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean

By on February 22nd, 2013 23:31 GMT

A new Android-based smartphone from Lava is now available for purchase in India, namely the Lava IRIS 502, which was put up for sale with a price tag of INR 8,499 ($156 / €118) attached to it.

The mobile phone can be seen with this price tag attached to it over at Saholic.com, with Google’s Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean operating system loaded on top.

The smartphone arrives on shelves with a 5-inch WVGA touchscreen display on the front, as well as with a 1GHz processor inside.

According to a recent article on AndroidOS, the new Lava IRIS 502 is meant to compete with smartphones such as Swipe Fablet F2 and Karbonn Smart A111.

The new IRIS 502 will provide users with appealing performance capabilities at this price tag, courtesy of its 512MB RAM and 2GB of usable internal storage.

Furthermore, the smartphone arrives with both back and front cameras, meant at enabling users to both shoot photos and videos and make video calls while on the go.

“Lava Iris 502 is a dual-SIM phone that runs on Android Jelly Bean OS. For super-fast processing, the device houses a 1GHz processor, which is well complimented by a 512MB RAM,” Saholic.com notes on its website.

“The 5-inch WVGA screen makes viewing a pleasurable experience. In the camera segment, there is a 5MP camera on the back side of the body and a VGA one on the front side for video chat and self-portrait.”

“2GB storage is available for users to store data. The device offers Bluetooth and USB connectivity for file transfer; there is EDGE, GPRS, HSPA, and Wi-Fi for Internet connectivity. Other features include 2,000 mAh battery, FM radio, G-Sensor, proximity sensor, and 32GB expandable memory.”

Users who purchase the new mobile phone
from the online retailer will receive their units in 4 business days, it seems.

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