Lava’s Blaze 2, initially priced at ₹9,000 in April, has received an upgrade to the ‘Pro’ model. With better camera capabilities, increased RAM, and a slight price bump to ₹10,000.
The Lava Blaze 2 Pro boasts a 6.5-inch screen with a smooth 90Hz display. It comes with a 50MP main camera and two 2MP cameras, along with an 8MP selfie camera.
Another significant update in the Lava Blaze 2 Pro is the inclusion of 8GB of RAM, an increase from the previous 6GB standard configuration. Users also have the choice to add an additional 8GB of virtual RAM. The phone retains the Unisoc T616 chipset and the same storage capacity of 128GB built-in storage, expandable by up to 256GB using a microSD card (utilizing a hybrid dual-SIM slot). Furthermore, the device runs on a clean, ad-free Android 12 operating system right out of the box.
Moreover, the phone is powered by a 5,000mAh battery, which supports 18W wired charging. It takes slightly over 2 hours to reach a full charge.
In the connectivity department, the Lava Blaze 2 Pro offers 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, a USB Type-C port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. When it comes to security, you have the convenience of a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and facial recognition for unlocking the device.
The Lava Blaze 2 Pro will come in Cool Green, Thunder Black, and Swag Blue color options. While the exact release date hasn’t been confirmed, we’ll stay tuned for updates on its availability.
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