Lava Blaze Curve first look revealed online; tipped to launch in the first week of March

The smartphone brand Lava’s President, Sunil Raina previously teased the launch of the Lava Blaze Curve 5G smartphone but after that, no update was revealed on the launch of this upcoming device.

Today tipster Mukul Sharma who goes by @stufflistings on X platform has exclusively revealed the first look of Lava Blaze Curve 5G.

As per the image shared by the tipster, Lava Blaze Curve 5G will be arriving in a Blue color variant. It features three circular camera rings on the rear side along with an LED flash. The volume and power buttons are present on the right side of the device.

The tipster revealed that the smartphone will be making its debut in the first week of March. The smartphone is also tipped to feature a curved AMOLED display that offers a 120 Hz refresh rate. If this is true, then this upcoming device will be the first Lava smartphone to arrive with a curved display. It may also feature a 64MP Sony sensor on the rear side.

Apart from this, the tipster has also said to reveal a few more details regarding this upcoming smartphone. Lava might also soon announce the launch date of the Blaze Curve 5G smartphone in the Indian market. Stay tuned to get all the latest updates on this smartphone.

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