LAVA R3 now available in Nepal- Price, Review and Specification of Phone
Dual Bokeh effects.
Few months ago, Lava has launched a midrange smartphone LAVA A3 in Nepal. This phone has got best camera , Fingerprint sensor and many more. Along with continuation of such mid range smartphones, now Company announces the availability of LAVA R3 in Nepal at price Rs. 18,499. This phone is manufactures with attraction grabing features.
LAVA R3 is not only the smartphones that comes under Rs. 20,000 in Nepal there are many more smartphones that are competing among each other in Market like, Samsung J2 pro and Xiaomi Redmi 4 . Most comonly, this phone needs to compete with Micromax Canvas Infinity. Both the phone has got narrow bezels ans same screen-to-bosy aspect ratio. LAVA R3 that has got dual Bokeh effect, interesting fingerprint sensor, that does not mean that this phone will cover up the Market.
So, let’s talk about the specification of the phone. LAVA R3 comes with 5.7 inch IPS LCD Display surrounded with narrow bezels. This smartphone has 18:9 screen-to-body ratio. LAVA R3 is manufactures with Mali T720 graphic processor and Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A53 processor. Inside the phone, 3GB RAM and 32GB onboard internal storage is available.
Talking about the Camera, when we turn back the smartphone, 13MP camera is available with LED Flash and Real-time Bokeh effects. This Bokeh effects leads you to click a real facial expression with the effect of soft out-of-focus background. Similarly, at the front of the smartphones, 8MP night short master front camera is available with LED flash. With the unlock time 0.2 seconds, LAVA R3 has got attracting fingerprint sensor and with the unlocking time 0.8 seconds LAVA R3 has got expected FaceID. 3000 mAh battery is available inside the phone.
Full Specification of the Phone:-
5.7 inch IPS LCD Display
(18:9 screen-to-body aspect ratio
|Quad-Core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A53
Internal Memory:- 32GB
Front:- 8MP (Night Shot Master)
Rear:- 13 MP
with LED flash and Bokeh effects
|FaceID, Fingerprint sensor, Bokeh effects