The Lava Blaze Curve 5G has been confirmed to launch in India on March 5. The upcoming phone was announced to launch with a curved display design. Earlier leaks hinted at several features of the phone and even suggested its price range in India. Now the company has revealed some key specifications of the expected model. In a series of teasers, we get details on the design, rear camera, display, chipset, RAM and storage.

Lava Blaze Curve 5G availability on Amazon was previously confirmed. A banner on the e-commerce site confirms that the phone will be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 7050 SoC paired with 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 inbuilt storage. The banner also reveals that the RAM is virtually expandable up to an additional 8GB.

In a teaser published on X (formerly Twitter), the company confirmed that the Lava Blaze Curve 5G has a triple rear camera, led by a 64-megapixel primary rear sensor. The post adds that the phone will come with dual stereo speakers supported by Dolby Atmos. This teaser also reveals the phone’s rear panel, where we see the three cameras placed in separate raised circular modules in the top left corner along with a smaller LED flash.

Another teaser shared from Lava reveals that the Lava Blaze Curve 5G will come with a 6.67-inch curved AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The screen has already been teased to contain a centered hole punch slot at the top to hold the front camera sensor. It should be noted that in all the teasers and posters revealed by the company so far, we have seen the phone in two colors – black and green. Hence, the phone could come in at least two colors, if not more.

An earlier leak suggested that the Lava Blaze Curve 5G might also come in an 8GB + 128GB configuration. The price of the phone in India is also believed to be between Rs. 16,000 to Rs.19,000.

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