Lava Blaze with 6.5″ HD+ at just ₹8699

Lava Blaze with 6.5″ HD+ at just ₹8699


The Lava Blaze is the most stylish smartphone ever released by the domestic company Lava. The Lava Blaze’s rear camera setup is designed similarly to that of the iPhone. The phone comes with a triple rear camera setup. Aside from that, it has a USB Type-C charging port as well as a fingerprint sensor.

Lava Blaze’s back panel is made of glass. According to the company, this is the first phone in this segment to feature a glass back panel. The Lava Blaze costs Rs 8,699. The company also offers free home service to this phone’s customers, which means that if there is a problem with your phone, you will not have to pay anything.

The Lava Blaze costs Rs 8,699. The company also offers free home service to this phone’s customers, which means that if you have a problem with your phone, you won’t have to go to the service center. Please share your thoughts about Blaze.

Lava Blaze Review: Design

Speaking of design, the edges of the Lava Blaze are flat, just like the edges of the new iPhone. Glass has been given on the back panel of the phone. This is the only phone to come with a glass back in this segment. It also has a fingerprint sensor, which is placed at the back. All three rear cameras are like the iPhone 13 Pro.

Lava Blaze Review: Design

There is also a flashlight with the camera. At the bottom are the speaker and headphone jacks, along with the Type-C port. The power button and volume button have got a place on the right. The SIM card tray is on the top left. This phone from Lava is available in green, red, black, and blue colors.

Lava Blaze Review: Display

This phone from Lava has a 6.5-inch HD+ display. The style of the display is a water drop notch. You will get very few bezels with the display. The panel of the display is IPS. There is also 2.5D curved glass on the display. The company has not given information about the maximum brightness of the display, but the brightness is good. The touch of the display is also good and there is no problem with scrolling etc.

Lava Blaze Review: Performance

The Lava Blaze is powered by the MediaTek Helio Helio A22 processor, which is a quad-core processor. Android 12 is available on the phone, which is a big deal because there are very few phones with Android 12 in this range. With the Blaze, 64 GB of storage is available with 3 GB of RAM, which can be increased to 256 GB with the help of a memory card. 3 GB of virtual RAM is also available with the phone. The interface of the phone is good and it is easy to use. The good thing is that you don’t get a lot of unnecessary apps (bloatware) pre-installed.

Lava Blaze Review: Camera

Lava Blaze with 6.5" HD+ at just ₹8699

Lava Blaze camera

Lava Blaze camera

Lava Blaze camera

Lava Blaze camera

Now talking about the camera, the Lava Blaze has three rear cameras, of which the primary lens is 13MP. The second lens is 8MP, and the third lens is the AI sensor. The phone has an 8MP camera for selfies.

Night Mode, Portrait, Beauty, GIF, Macro, and Timelapse modes will be available with the camera. You can record full HD video with the rear camera. The camera quality is good in daylight.

The camera is a bit slow, but it would be dishonest to make an issue of the camera being slow at this price. You can get an idea of the camera by looking at some sample photos here.

Lava Blaze Review: Battery

The Lava Blaze is backed by a 5000mAh battery with 10W Type-C charging. The charger and cover will also be available in the box with the phone. With this, security updates will be available for two years, and a one-year warranty will be available. A 100-free screen replacement facility is also available with the phone. This phone does not charge fast, but the battery life is good. In general use, you will get a full day’s backup. It takes more than two hours to fully charge the battery.

Overall, Lava Blaze’s camera will be considered good in its category. The design is good, and if it comes with a large battery, it will be considered a good phone in its class.

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