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Lava Iris 504Q+ with 10 MP Exmor sensor based camera launched for Rs 13,990

Just recently, Xolo Q1010i too was launched with Exmor sensor for Rs 13,499.

After Xolo, Lava has now announced a smartphone with Sony’s Exmor sensor. The handset, named as Lava Iris 504Q+. The highlight of the phone is its camera – a 10 megapixel unit with Exmor camera sensor. It has been priced at Rs 13,990.

As per the listing on Lava’s website, the Iris 504Q+ comes with a 5 inch IPS display with high definition resolution. The display has Asahi dragon-trail glass coating that said to make the display quite tough.
Lava Iris 504Q+
“This phone offers tough resistance to screen breakage even in the worst case scenarios. In fact, it has been pegged as a device that’s tougher than the toughest as the glass used for the screen is six times stronger than any conventional touch screen glass,” claims Lava.
Lava Iris 504Q+
It is powered by a 1.3 GHz quad core processor, Mali 400 GPU, and 1 RAM. It has got decent 8 GB internal storage of which 5.33 GB is available for users. There is a memory card slot in the Iris 504Q+ which can accommodate up to a 32 GB micro SD card.
Lava Iris 504Q+
As I said earlier, its highlight is its 10 megapixel auto focus rear camera that comes with Sony IMX 179 sensor with sensor size of 1/3.2-inch and pixel size of 1.4 µm. A 2 megapixel camera is in the front while an flash is in the back besides the rear camera.

The Lava Iris 504Q+ has a 2000 Li-Po battery which said to provide 200 hours of standby with single SIM. The phone is quite slim in itself with a thickness of 7.9 mm but it is a bit heavier (149 grams). Note that it is a dual SIM handset, offering connectivity. Besides, it has 3.0, WiFi, and GPS.

Curiously, Xolo – which is a part of Lava Group – had also recently announced a phone with Exmor image sensor. The phone, called Xolo Q1010i, has a smaller 8 megapixel rear camera but a bit bigger 2250 mAh battery. Other than that there are hardly any difference between the Q1010i and the Lava Iris 504Q+ (infact both the handsets look replicas of each other).

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