Lava Yuva with 50MP camera to go on sale on May 30 midnight

Coming in price range of ₹10,000, the smartphone could come with an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity processor & it will run on Android 14 OS with 6GB or 8GB RAM options

Lava Yuva 5G

New Delhi: Lava Mobiles, a multinational Indian technology company, will launch sale of Lava Yuva 5G smartphone with 50 megapixel primary sensor, this week. It’s likely to cost in the range of ₹10,000.

The company made this announcement on the “X” on Monday and released a teaser video revealing the design of the upcoming 5G smartphone. The Lava Yuva 5G has a hole punch display design and a circular rear camera island.

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Lava Mobiles said the phone will be available for sale via via Amazon and a microsite for the smartphone is now live on the e-commerce website. The new phone is likely to be a MediaTek Dimensity chipset.

Phone details

As per the company’s announcement, the sale of Lava Yuva 5G will be opened on May 30 at 12:00pm. As mentioned, the teaser video reveals the design of the handset. It will have a hole punch display design and a flat frame with rounded corners. It is seen with a circular-shaped camera module with an AI-backed dual camera setup, led by a 50-megapixel primary sensor. It has a glass back with a matte finish. The Lava branding and the 5G text are vertically arranged at the bottom of the rear panel.

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The Lava Yuva 5G showed up recently on the Geekbench website with model number LXX513. The listing suggested that it will run on the Android 14 operating system with 6GB or 8GB RAM options. It could get an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity processor with two cores with a maximum clock speed of 2.4GHz and six cores clocking 2.0GHz. It could run on either MediaTek Dimensity 6300 SoC or Dimensity 6080 SoC.

Lava Yuva 5G is stated to come with a 16-megapixel selfie camera and a 5,000mAh battery.

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