Lava Unveils the New Blaze Pro: A Budget Phone With Decent Specs

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Who said that only Chinese, Korean, and Japanese companies are in the smartphone manufacturing business? The Indian firm known as Lava is also building phones, laptops, computer hardware, and more.

Lava has now presented its new Blaze Pro smartphone, and GSMArena tells us everything we need to know. Although the phone is far from being the kind of device that you would like to take with you on a desolate island, it still has some interesting specs for its demanded price of just about 100 bucks.

Powered by the Helio G37 SoC

The Helio G37 SoC is the processor existing in the new Lava Blaze Pro phone, along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. You also have the possibility to add a microSD card to expand that storage memory to up to 256GB.

The Lava Blaze Pro phone also comes equipped with Android 12 out of the box. The display is also far from perfect: a 6.5 inches HD+ LCD featuring a refresh rate of 90Hz. There’s also a fingerprint scanner mounted on the side. However, the main highlight of the phone is likely the presence of the 5,000mAh battery.

If you’re not a fan of notches placed on the display, we have some bad news for you. The Lava Blaze Pro has one for the front camera that reaches only 8MP. The primary camera consists of a 50MP snapper.

The Lava Blaze Pro is available in four beautiful colors: Glass Blue, Glass Gold, Glass Green, and Glass Orange.

Judging by the specs of the Lava Blaze Pro and its low price, buying it won’t be a bad deal if you don’t want too much from a smartphone. After all, you don’t necessarily need the latest Samsung or iPhone to browse, read and reply to emails, or scroll through social media, and some people can comply with that.

Cristian Antonescu
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