Lava recently introduced a new range of smartphones that carried the theme of “Art meets Smart”. The Lava Iris Pro 30 happens to be the first handset in the family, and it will also have the honor of being the flagship model for this particular series. Powered by the Android mobile operating system, the Lava Iris Pro 30 measures a mere 7.5mm thin, where it will tip the scales at 114 grams, and all of it was made possible with the assistance of the extremely slim 4.7″ IPS LCD display from Sharp.
This Sharp display sports 720p resolution at 312ppi pixel density, where it is capable of churning out a rather impressive 500 lumens of brightness. Touted to be a “One Glass Solution,” this translates to the Gorilla Glass being laminated so that the entire handset’s assembly ends up thinner than ever before. The Lava Iris Pro 30 will rely on Content Adaptive Backlight Control which according to Lava, would end up with additional mileage for your smartphone usage – up to 30% more. Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is the operating system of choice, where a quad-core 1.2GHz processor and PowerVR SGX544 GPU runs proceedings from within, accompanied by an 8MP shooter at the back with dual LED flash. It will cost approximately $260 after conversion.
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