Lava Blaze Curve 5G announced to launch on 5th March, 2024 at 12PM in India

Homegrown company Lava is all set to launch the much-awaited smartphone Lava Blaze Curve 5G in India. As per the recent announcement, the smartphone will be launched on 5th March 2024 at 12PM. This announcement has been made with a teaser that shows the curved display. Recently its rear panel images surfaced online that showed the camera arrangement and colour of the handset.

Now the key specs of the handset have been leaked by the known tipster Paras Guglani in an X post. As per the tipster, the smartphone can come in two storage variants that include 128GB, and 256GB UFS 3.1 with 8GB RAM.

It can be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 7050 with an AnTuTu score of 550K+. Additionally, the tipster wrote that it will come in two colour options and its retail price can be between Rs 16,000 to 19,000. As far as camera is concerned reports suggest that the smartphone can feature a 64MP Sony sensor on the rear side.

The design of the smartphone does look impressive with these specs at such a price range. As far as availability of the handset is concerned it will be exclusively sold via Amazon. For such interesting updates regarding tech, stay tuned with The TechOutlook.




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