Lava Z50 was launched alongside the Company’s flagship device, the Lava Z91. The Z50 runs on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box, well, the Go Edition which runs smoothly on Smartphones with 1GB RAM space or lower.
The device is available immediately on Shopping stores at a giveaway price. Perfect for those on a budget who want to get the Oreo experience. Do you want to know more? Stay with me.
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Comes with a Plastic back that’s removable, and looks good enough for a budget friendly smartphone. No special features at the rear, just the rear camera and LED flash which are horizontal at the top left.
It’s also obvious the company ditched the fingerprint scanner here. Fans have to get the more advanced Z91 to use the feature. Measuring 9.7mm in thickness, it’s quite bulky like most budget phones. It weighs 140g and available in Gold, Black colors.
There’s nothing bezel-less about the screen here and that was expected. Nonetheless, it dishes out a 16:9 aspect ratio, offering more screens than bezels. Three navigation buttons sits pretty at the bottom bezel. The top bezel houses the selfie camera, speaker grille and ambient light sensor.
The 4.5-inch TN TFT capacitive touchscreen won’t be winning any awards here. With a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels and 218 pixel per inch density, the visuals on this baby will be pretty basic. The screen stretches up to 62.1% screen to body ratio, while a Corning Gorilla Glass 1 protects it all.
Hardware and Software
Running the race here is the Mediatek MT6737M chip with Quad-core processor and 32-bit CPU architecture. The 4-cores of processor runs at a speed of 1.1GHz with 28nm process technology for a smooth ride. In the graphics department, the Mali-T720MP2 graphics processor is in charge.
Just 1GB of RAM space is available here for light multitasking with a memory speed of 533MHz. For storage, 8GB storage space is available as well and upgradeable up to 64GB with a memory card. The Lava Z50 runs on Android 8.1 Oreo Go operating system.
The 5MP rear camera comes with a LED flash and other features like autofocus, Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR and others. The camera captures 2K resolution images and records 720 pixels videos at 30 frames per second. For selfies, the 5MP selfie camera comes with a LED flash for night video calls as well.
Powering the Lava Z50 is a 2000mAh Removable Li-Po battery with no fast charging technology. Even without the fast charging feature, it shouldn’t take up to 2 hours to fully charge up the battery from 0% to 100%.
Lava Z50 Technical Specifications
|Status||Available on Shopping stores|
Micro + Micro
|SIM Count||Dual SIM|
|Dimensions||135 x 66.6 x 9.7 mm|
|Display Type||TN TFT capacitive touchscreen|
|Resolution||480 x 854 Pixels|
|Protection||2.5D Curved Glass|
|Features||Multi-touch, Scratch Resistant|
White balance settings
|Android 8.1 Oreo|
|Yes, up to 64GB|
|Controls||Touchscreen, Lock Button, and Volume Key|
|USB Type||Yes, microUSB|
|GPS||Yes, with A-GPS|
|Battery Type||Li-Po Battery|
|Yes, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, MIDI, WAV, AC3, FLAC|
|Yes, 3GP, Mp4, MPEG4, H.263, H.264 player|
– MP3/WAV/eAAC+/FlAC player
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What is Lava Z50 Price and Availability Status?
The Lava Z50 will be available on Shopping stores from May starting from $59 (N20,000) to $79 (N25,000). Click on the links above to view the latest Lava Z50 price & availability on Shopping stores.
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