The much-awaited Lava Blaze 5G smartphone will soon go on sale in India, but its availability details have already surfaced online. To recap, Lava launched the Blaze 5G in India during last month’s India Mobile Congress 2022.
The company is touting the Lava Blaze 5G as India’s most affordable 5G-ready smartphone. Unfortunately, Lava is still tight-lipped about the exact price of the phone.
Lava Blaze 5G India Launch Date and Availability
Lava has now confirmed the launch of the Lava Blaze 5G smartphone in India via Amazon. The Lava Blaze 5G will arrive in the Indian market on November 3.
Additionally, the Lava Blaze 5G will go on sale in India on the same day. The image shared on the e-commerce website shows the front panel of the phone.
The Lava Blaze 5G will carry a price tag of around INR 10,000, according to a report by MySmartPrice. You’ll also be able to choose between blue and green color options.
To recap, the phone was initially slated for pre-order during Diwali. However, Lava didn’t make the Blaze 5G available in the country at that time for some reason.
However, the company is likely to shed some light on the exact price of the Lava Blaze 5G smartphone on November 3.
Notably, the phone has a waterdrop notch that houses the selfie camera. Under the hood is the MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC. This chipset uses 7nm manufacturing process.
The Lava Blaze 5G features a 6.5-inch LCD panel with HD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. Additionally, the device will ship with 4GB of RAM and offers 128GB of internal storage.
A 5000 mAh battery will power the entire system. Also, this cell will support a standard charging speed. For optics, the Blaze 5G uses a 50MP main sensor on the back.
Additionally, the rear panel features depth and macro shooting. On the front, the phone has an 8MP shooter for taking selfies and video calls.
The phone boots Android 12 OS out of the box. Finally, it offers a host of connectivity options, including a USB Type-C port, Bluetooth, 5G, and more. Additionally, Lava launched the Storm series of phones in India last month.