LAVA- an Indian International technology company and one of the leading mobile handset maker has recently launched its KKT Ultra+ Union, which is a featured phone and it is priced in India at 1500 rupees.
The Delhi NCR’s Noida- based phone maker has offered this smaller, but powerful device for the Indian users, especially, as it is featuring support in Twenty- two languages, which is including- Bengali, Marathi, Gujrathi, Kannada, and other more along with English. As such, the users of this phone would be allowed to receive and send the messages in any of such languages in which they want.
Moreover, as expected, the KKT Ultra+ Union is brought with the 2.4 inches of display and its most attracting things including its powerful 32 MB onboard storage which is expandable up to 32 GB via microSD card slot and a VGA camera.
The device is powered by the amazing battery support, and its battery which is 1750 mAh is promising around 18 hours of the talk time, which is really not a joke. Moreover, such battery is chargeable with the two options, as has been stated in its praise, as firstly it can charged with the use of thin pin charger, or secondly, it is also compatible with the USB charger. Moreover, for the amazing data transfer, the device is engaging Bluetooth, Wireless FM, audio/ video player and 3.5 mm audio jack for further entertainment.
Moreover, the device is not thrown in the market without any assurance, it is, however, offering with the great ONE- year warranty, which the users are generally required for safety against device’s misbehaviour, if any. Moreover, LAVA is offering along with device in the box, a boundled battery, charger which is also with the six- month’s warranty.
The product head in Lava international ltd.- Gaurav Nigam found stated in the praise of this device, that the LAVa is “delighted” to introduce this device/ phone which is in line with their mission of company “for empowering the people to do more and be more by making valuable technologies accessible”. Thus, this device will be available in the country’s market across retail stores in India.