The leading Indian hadnsets brand, Lav International has expanded its portfolio of Iris Fuel series of high powered battery smartphones, and launched today the Iris Fuel 60, which is the second smartphone after the recently launched Iris Fuel 50. These series of smartphones address the problems of frequent charging of smartphones.
The USP of Lava Iris Fuel 60 is that it is equipped with a whopping 4000 mAh battery that is claimed to deliver up to 32 hours of talk time on 2G without a need to charge the phone. The phone is also equipped with quick charge technology that restricts the charging time to 3 hours 15 minutes.
Besides added advantage of massive battery, the Iris Fuel 60 also comes with other good hardware features. It sports a 5 inch HD IPS Display with Full Lamination and 720 x 1280 (HD) resolution with Corning 3 Gorilla Glass protection. It is powered by 1.3 GHz Quad Core Cortex A7 processor coupled with 1GB RAM and 8 GB ROM, which can be extended upto 32GB via microSD card. It runs on Android KitKat 4.4, which will be upgraded to Android L via FOTA (firmware over the air) in future.
The Iris Fuel 60 comes with rear camera of 10 megapixel with single LED flash and also houses a 2 megapixel front camera. It also supports full HD Video recording and digital zoom with built in auto-focus, panorama, HDR mode, face detection, smile shot and voice capture.
The Iris Fuel 60 supports Dual SIM and for connectivity, it offers options of 3G connectivity apart from Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v3.0. It also offers OTG support that enables file transfer through USB drive on the move.
This smartphone has gesture driven features such as Double Tap Wake up and Drawing Gesture Shortcuts, which makes it more customizable and user friendly. For instance, the user may double tap the screen to wake up the device from sleep mode, the user may draw certain letters on the display in sleep mode and link these with one of the various tasks within the device.
The Iris Fuel 60 also boasts of a “solder-less” manufacturing technology where each component is connected to PCBA via connectors, unlike conventional smartphones where manual soldering is used. This results in lesser defects and makes it easier for service engineers in case of any fault, claims the company.