Indian mobile handset company Lava launched its A82 smartphone costing Rs 4,549 for the domestic market.
According to the company official's Twitter page, the Lava A82 smartphone has a 5-inch display and 1GB RAM.
It is exclusively available at Tata's CLiQ online store. The Lava A82 smartphone has an interesting 'Smart Music' feature in which the user can jump to their favourite track without event unlocking the phone.
Last month, Lava unveiled its first 4G tablet "IvoryS 4G" for Rs.8,799. The Rs.8,799 device packs 7-inch HD display, 1 GHz quad-core processor paired with 1GB of RAM to provide lag-free experience to the consumers.
The device supports bands GSM 900 and 1800 MHz, HSPA, offers dual SIM (4G+3G/2G) connectivity and houses 3,000 mAh battery. (Read more about the Lava IvoryS 4G Tablet)
Furthermore, in a fillip to Prime Minister's Digital India initiative, Lava launched KKT Ultra+ Union -- the first feature phone that supports 22 official Indian languages for Rs 1,500.
The device offers a screen of 2.4 inch and comes with an in-built dual-SIM slot, with GSM operating frequency. It offers 1,750 mAh Li-ionbattery with talk time of 18 hours along with a VGA camera. (Read more about the Lava KKT Ultra+ Union)
Additionally, Lava's flagship smartphone, the Iris Pro 30, launched in 2014 was among the earliest smartphones in India to use the Android Kitkat operating system.