Lava A7 feature phone with 6 days battery life and support for 22 languages launched: price, specifications

“The Lava A7 comes with 32GB built-in storage that is user expandable using a microSD card”

Domestic smartphone maker Lava has refreshed its feature phone lineup with the launch of Lava A7 in India. The handset comes with a 2.4-inch colour display and alphanumeric keypad that allows users to type in five different languages — English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada. Moreover, users also get the option to change icons/ apps on the menu screen in their native language.

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Other than that, the Lava A7 dons a sturdy polycarbonate material — the same material used in helmets — and is palm grip-friendly. It packs a 1,750mAh Li-ion battery that is said to last up to six days with Super Battery mode. The phone also packs a primary camera (resolution unknown) with LED flash and features such as support for 22 languages for incoming texts, FM radio with recording, auto call recording and instant torch that can be accessed without unlocking the phone. Lastly, the Lava A7 has a flashlight and call blink notification on incoming calls.

Commenting on the launch, Tejinder Singh LAVA International Limited Feature Phones head said, Standing by our values, we have taken reliability to the next level with our new feature phone, Lava A7, which is super durable, beautifully designed and has an impeccable battery backup. Looking at the user’s expectations, we have embedded the phone with stereo sound quality for a better audio experience. Lava always ensures that we are a brand that is known for its product quality, exceptional features and budget-friendly products.

The Lava A7 price in India is set at Rs 1,599. It comes in two colour options: Blue-Silver and Ivory White, and is available with a special offer of one-year replacement guarantee and six months replacement offer on accessories. 

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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