Lava Z50 Launched for Price of Just Rs. 4,400

Android Oreo Go Edition

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Lava launched its first device having the Android Oreo – Go edition: Lava Z50. Google is looking forward to expanding its service more even more in the cheaper phones. For that Google has announced a lighter and compatible version of Android named as an Android Go Edition. Many smartphone manufacturers are showing their interest which is quite a great thing.

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Lava Z50 is the first device having the Android Oreo Go edition launched in India. It got the price tag of Rs. 4,400 which undoubted an affordable price. But yes, you can grab this device for just Rs. 2,400 under the Airtel’s program named as a ‘Mera Pehla Smartphone’. Under this program, you can purchase smartphones at an affordable price. You will get cashback of Rs. 2,000.

With the Android Go edition, the user can take advantage of those applications which support this Go edition. Google has recently launched the whole bunch of their Go edition applications includes YouTube Go, Maps Go, Gmail Go, Assitant Go, Google Go and many other apps. However, there are not any provided links on its official website that can suggest us from the best buy.

Specifications

ChipsetQuad-core 1.1GHz MediaTek MTK-6737M
RAM1GB
Storage8GB
Expandable up to 64GB
OSAndroid Oreo (Go Edition)
CameraRear: 5MP, LED Flash
Front: 5MP, LED Flash
BatteryLi-Pol 2000 mAh (removable)
Display4.5-inch TFT Capacitive touchscreen
ConnectivityBluetooth 4.0
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/m
LTE
Micro USB Port
SensorsAccelerometer
Proximity Sensor
Light Sensor
SIMDual Micro SIM
ColorsBlack
Gold

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