Lava launches of its first 5G smartphone at Rs 19,999

The Lava AGNI 5G will be available on both online and offline stores from November 18.

New Delhi: With an aim to empower its users with the recent technology, domestic smartphone brand Lava International Limited on Tuesday launched its first 5G smartphone, AGNI, at Rs 19,999.

The Lava AGNI 5G will be available on both online and offline stores from November 18.

“The phone is packed with all the latest features that makes it a torch bearer in the global smartphone industry. This best-in-class smartphone, completely conceived and made in India, is dedicated to every #ProudlyIndian smartphone user that dreams of seeing their country as the next tech superpower,” Sunil Raina, President and Business Head, Lava International Limited, said in a statement.

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The Lava AGNI 5G features a 6.78 inch FHD+ IPS punch hole display with a 90Hz refresh rate, which will give a crystal clear and lag free viewing experience during gaming or while watching videos. The phone’s screen has Corning Gorilla Glass protection for higher durability.

Powered by Mediatek’s latest chipset — Dimensity 810, the smartphone packs 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. This power packed chipset, running cores with maximum clock speed of 2.4 GHz

The phone also features latest security features with a side mounted ultra-fast fingerprint unlock that gets the phone ready in just 0.034 seconds and face unlock in just 0.22 seconds.

This power packed chipset, running cores with maximum clock speed of 2.4 GHz, provides lightning fast speed to perform tasks and supports multiple applications and games simultaneously.

The smartphone sports 64MP primary camera, along with a 5MP wide angle camera, 2MP depth camera and 2MP macro camera. It has a 16MP front camera for all your selfies. The phone comes with 10 inbuilt camera modes like UltraHD, UltraWide, SuperNight, Pro Mode, AI Mode.

Lava AGNI 5G has a large 5000mAh battery for uninterrupted usage and comes with a 30W superfast charger that gets the phone ready with full charge in less than 90 minutes, the company claimed.

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