Lava Mobile Introduces Low End Dual SIM Full-Touch Screen Phone, KKT 50

Lava Mobile Introduces Low End Dual SIM Full-Touch Screen Phone KKT 50Lava mobile has launched its first Low end Dual SIM Full-Touch screen phone KKT 50 one of the key features of KKT 50 is its 2.8 screen which ensures an enhanced multimedia experience.

The phone comes packed with some unique never before seen features like the Incoming Call Video which allows the user to set a video to play every-time he receives a call.

Packed with features, this low end full touch entertainer ensures that you have non-stop entertainment as it as it is packed with a powerfull 1400 mAh battery.

Currently, the phone is available in two colour options, one with spectacular white and green combination and the other with black and orange scheme the handset is pricedat Rs 3899.

Lava Mobile KKT 50 Features:

• 2.8 WQVGA Screen

• Stylish user interface with inbuilt short cut keys

• Big Battery (1400 mAh)

• MP4/3GP Video Playback

• VGA Camera

• Full Touch phone with vibration feedback

• Bluetooth

• Internet browsing with WAP/GPRS

• FM Radio and Recording

• 2GB Memory Card and Stylus

LAVA Mobile KKT 39

KKT 39 is an entertainment phone which has the best in class multimedia features like quality video playback and video recording that comes alive on an extra bright 2.4” QVGA screen and is priced at Rs. 3150.

LAVA has invested heavily in their state of the art research and development center at Bangalore. The company aims to become a serious contender in the mobile handset business taking on multinational brands like Nokia and Samsung.

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Pardeep singh
July 5, 2012 3:07 pm 3:07 PM

Why we don’t see you tube. On line video in lava kkt 50 phone.

Vikas Patidar
October 18, 2011 10:31 pm 10:31 PM

Internet browsing with WAP/GPRS, again same specifications. All home grown manufactures are not able to give EDGE connectivity in their most of the phones below the price 4000 RS.

Java apps supported or not?

I think if not support for any java apps then this phone doesn’t even deserve a name “Feature” before we call it a phone.

October 18, 2011 10:29 pm 10:29 PM

Nice looks but question is Resistive or Capacitive.

@Sudhakar – Not everyone can afford a branded “Smartphone” but that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve it.