Unboxed: The Lava Iris 504q+

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Unboxed: The Lava Iris 504q+

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Lava released the successor to its 504q which was released in April this year. Just like the predecessor the 504Q+ possesses a 5 inch capacitive screen with 720×1280 pixel resolution. The model comes with a  color option of grey and silver.
The 504q+ still gives Android 4.2 Jellybean, instead of KitKat which was released in september of last year. The battery is of 2000mAh capacity.

On the hardware front the 504q+ gives a 1.3Ghz processor in comparison to the 1.2Ghz of the 504q. The RAM is static at 1GB but the welcome step with this offering is the 8GB internal memory. It is ideal for people who don’t carry a lot of data on their phones and so don’t wish to get a memory card.

The phone features a 10 megapixel camera which is a weird spec as most phones go from 8 Mpix directly to 12 Mpix. The front camera offers a similar 2 megapixel.

Coming to the contents of the box, Lava gives a good number of goodies and thats why you get a comparatively bigger box. You get a good quality flip-cover and an extra glue strip to secure your phone. Apart from this you also get a screen protector.

The phone comes with a flat style, tangle free and good looking earphones. The wall charger in the box is pretty small and even the charging cable is not flat style, but as they are gonna be at your home or office, it hardly matters.

Currently priced at 12999/-, its a decent update over the last Lava offering.

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Gajesh Kumar

Please review this device fully, i am planning to get it!! :P

Team Igyaan,  i have been following a few videos of yours and i must say its not complete. Though u say its a full review, i feel you guys always omit the earphone part. My humble request to you is- no matter how cheap or how expensive a device is, please do check the supplied earphones and provide a feedback. The reason we come here is to have a complete review. It makes no sense that we have to run around looking for that one piece of info which is quite not  easily available. Thanks and hope you will integrate… Read more »
Abhinav Karmakar

Lava iris 406q is better at lower cost, with qualcomm soc quad core

Gnanasekar Rs

final review of l90 and m2?????


where is video ?

Kalpesh Kele

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