The domestic handset-maker Lava launched the Lava Z50 on Tuesday. It is one of the earliest smartphones, which is based on the Android Oreo (Go Edition) operating system. The price of this device is around Rs 5,000 and the 4.5-inch display is in the 2.5D Curved Corning Gorilla Glass. It has 5 megapixels with the previous and next camera flash.
Lava International’s product major Gaurav Corporation said in a statement that with the Lava Z50 powered by Android Oro (Go Edition), we are providing an impeccable software for fast processing for users for the first time using smartphones.
The handset is equipped with the MediaTek processor (MT 6737M) of 1.1 GHz quad core speed, with 1GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage. The company said that this smartphone is being given a two year warranty and it will be available for sale on all retail stores from the middle of March.