Lava Storm series India launch tipped, here’s what we know so far

Lava Storm, Lava Storm Pro 5G India launch

The Lava Storm and Lava Storm Pro smartphones’ key specifications have been leaked ahead of the India launch. The Lava Blaze went official in India as the country’s most affordable 5G-ready smartphone in July. Now, Lava is on the verge of launching its new Storm series smartphones for the Indian market.

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Notably, the Storm series could comprise at least two smartphones including the base Storm and Storm Pro. However, details about the Lava Storm series’ India launch date are still scarce. Meanwhile, a new report has shed some light on the upcoming Lava Storm and Storm Pro budget smartphones’ specifications and features.

The Storm series smartphones are likely to cost less than INR 15,000. However, Lava is still mum on the pricing and exact launch date of its upcoming smartphones. Nevertheless, multiple reports suggest the Storm series will be Lava’s next budget offering.

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Lava Storm, Lava Storm Pro India Launch, Expected Price & Specs

Now, reliable leaker Paras Guglani has confirmed to PriceBaba that the Storm Pro will support 5G connectivity. To recap, Lava launched a 5G-ready phone dubbed Lava Agni in India in November last year. The base Lava Storm model will support 4G connectivity.

Under the hood, the Lava Storm series phones will pack a MediaTek chipset. In the photography department, both devices could house a rear-mounted 50MP primary sensor. The standard Storm will come with 18W fast charging, However, the Pro model will support a faster 33W fast charging technology.

Lava Storm Series India launch

Furthermore, Lava will reportedly launch the Storm series phones in multiple color options. Regrettably, the report does not reveal other specifications of the handsets. Also, it does not offer a glimpse into the upcoming smartphones’ design. Nevertheless, both devices could sport an IPS LCD panel.

A robust 5000mAh battery could power up the entire system. The Storm series smartphones are likely to come in a plastic body. Considering that details have started surfacing online, it is safe to assume that the Lava Storm series’ India launch is around the corner.

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