Pocket friendly, user friendly

Lava Iris Pro 30 offers no major shortcomings and is worth considering.
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Lava Iris Pro 30: Pocket friendly, user friendly

LAVA IRIS PRO 30
Price: Rs 15,500
Rating: 4.5/5
Specs: 4.7 inch display; 8 MP camera; Android 4.2; 1.2GHz quad core processor; 1GB RAM; 4GB internal storage; expandable memory card slot; Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G; Dual SIM; 2000 mAh battery; 114 grams

I have often complained about the indifferent quality of the hardware of mid-segment Android smartphones brought out by Indian companies. The Lava Iris Pro 30 is an exception. I don't mind saying it is one of the best looking Android smartphones in the Rs 15,000 price range.

This is Lava's flagship offering. It has a superb 4.7 inch 720p HD screen from Sharp. The colours were crystal clear on this screen. It is comfortable to operate with a single hand, Lava has kept it slim and sleek at 7.5mm. The soft matt back is smooth with an 8MP camera and a very small Lava branding. This is a dual SIM phone with the slots hidden below the back panel. There is a regular SIM card slot along with a micro SIM and microSD.

This is Lava's flagship offering. It has a superb 4.7 inch 720p HD screen from Sharp. The colours were crystal clear on this screen. It is comfortable to operate with a single hand, Lava has kept it slim and sleek at 7.5mm. The soft matt back is smooth with an 8MP camera and a very small Lava branding. This is a dual SIM phone with the slots hidden below the back panel. There is a regular SIM card slot along with a micro SIM and microSD.

Lava claims the screen consumes 30 per cent less power than others, but in fact it lasted only a day on average use.

BAG IT OR JUNK IT:
No major shortcomings, worth considering

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