Lava Yuva 4 Pro 5G Leaks: First Look and Expected Features


Lava Yuva 4 Pro 5G

Lava introduced the Yuva 3 Pro smartphone in India in December 2023. The in-house company is allegedly developing the Yuva 3 Pro smartphone’s successor. To make the specs and live photos of the forthcoming Lava Yuva 4 Pro 5G smartphone public, Paras Guglani has teamed up with 91Mobiles Hindi. Eventually, the device’s name confirms its 5G connection, despite its predecessor having 4G-only capabilities. According to the photos, the smartphone will have a circular camera island, just like the industry’s next mid-range models. The LED flash and two cameras will be located on the camera island. The images also show that Lava will have a 50MP main sensor with the smartphone.

The Indian brand will unveil the device with AI camera capabilities. On the left side of the smartphone are the Lava branding and the 5G tag. The live photos posted online confirm that the phone will feature a blue color. A variety of colors are anticipated for the next Lava smartphone’s launch. The pictures also demonstrate that Lava is departing from the current design plan to enhance the smartphone’s feel in the hand.

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Yuva 4 Pro 5G Specifications

The forthcoming Lava Yuva 4 Pro 5G is rumoured to have the MediaTek Dimensity 6080 SoC, according to the informant. A 6nm technology-built chipset integrates six Cortex A55 cores at 2.0GHz, two Cortex A76 cores at 2.4GHz, and a Mali G57 MP2 GPU. According to the leak, the processor would have a maximum of 6GB of RAM. However, the smartphone will ship pre-installed with Android 13. Furthermore, there are two major Android upgrades.

Lava is probably going to release the smartphone with a 50 MP primary and a 2 MP secondary lens attached to the back camera. On the front, a 16MP selfie camera is located in the middle of a punch-hole cutout. Moreover, a 5000mAh battery will power the forthcoming Yuva 4 Pro 5G. According to rumours, Lava plans to make their upcoming Yuva 4 Pro 5G available for less than Rs 10,000, making it the most affordable 5G smartphone available.

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