Lava Iris Fuel 25 and Iris Fuel 10 are released in India

Lava has recently launched two new Smartphone’s in India named Lava Iris Fuel 25 and Iris Fuel 10. Both the smart phones are low budget mobile phones. The price of Iris Fuel 10 is about 6541 INR while Iris Fuel 25 is available at just 5,666 INR. Both the android phones are available in the market and Lava is also offering 500 MB 3G data for first 2 months with these mobile phones. Company is offering this 3G data to customers who bought any of this mobile phone before June 30.

Lava Iris Fuel 25

Technical Specifications of Lava Iris Fuel 25

and Iris Fuel 10 Android Smartphone’s

First of all let’s take a look on Lava Iris Fuel 10. It comes with 4.5 inch display that features 480 X 854 pixels of resolution. Iris Fuel 10 comes with Quad Core 1.3 GHz processor, it has 1GB RAM and powered by Android v4.4 Kitkat OS. Lava has promised to provide Android Lollipop upgrades for this Smartphone’s in future. It comes with 8 GB internal storage and up-gradable upto 32GB.

Fuel 10 mobile is packed with 5MP camera with LED Flash and has 2MP front camera which makes is great camera phone as well in this price range. It offers 3G networks with dual SIM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. The Iris Fuel 10 packs a 3000 mAh battery which provides a good backup time of 10 hours when completely charged.

Lava Iris Fuel 25 Specification and features

The Iris Fuel 25 comes with a bit low specs like it has 512 MB of RAM and powered by Quad core 1.2 GHz processor. But it does not means that it’s doesn’t has anything. The phone has large 5.0 inch TFT display and runs on Android v4.4 OS. It comes with 4 GB internal memory and up-gradable up-to 32GB. The camera specs of this Smartphone are also a bit low as compare to Fuel 10, it comes with 5MP rear camera but has 0.3 VGA front camera. Other specs of Lava Iris Fuel 25 are similar to Fuel 10 mobile phone.

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