Lava's customisable, upgradable smartphones, Lava Z1, Z2, Z4 and Z5 launched in India, pricing starts at Rs 5,499
Lava is the first mobile device manufacturer in India to sell a Rs 5,499 military-grade smartphone featuring Gorilla Glass 3.
The upcoming models are expected to belong to a wide range with the cheapest model starting at Rs 5,000 and the costliest at Rs 20,000.
Within 300 kilometres east of the crater is the site where the Apollo 17 and Luna 21 missions had landed.
The Lava Z66 is currently available for purchase at offline stores and will soon be sold on Amazon and Flipkart.
Samsung had previously increased the warranty of products whose warranty was to end between 20 March and 30 April till 31 May.
The study found that these geological changes have caused global warming for the past 65 million years.
JioPhone is said to occupy 30 percent of the market share making it the leader in the feature phone segment.
Combined revenue of the three Indian manufacturers fell 22 percent to Rs 10,498 crore in 2017-18.
GSMA is the international trade body which allocates a part of the IMEI numbers to all devices.
The research sheds light on huge lava flows that have erupted periodically over Earth's history.
The dual-SIM Lava phone is available at more than 72,000 retail outlets in black colour.
Lava Z81 comes with "Studio Mode" feature that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) in its camera.
India's mobile handset market recorded nine percent sequential growth during the last quarter.
More than 120 new manufacturing units have created about 450,000 jobs in the mobile phone industry.
Jio leads the feature phone segment at 47 percent, ahead of Samsung at 9 percent and Nokia at 8.
The 2GB RAM variant of the phone would be launched in August, the company said in a statement.
Samsung is expected to bring Galaxy J series of smartphones with Android Go.
Red alert raised after volacnic ash bursts from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano; scientists warn of more fissures
A massive plume of volcanic ash burst from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano on Wednesday, prompting authorities to issue warnings about air quality and the likelihood of a major eruption.
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano destroys 26 homes, spews lava over 200 feet in air; number of lava-venting fissures stands at 10
The number of homes destroyed by Hawaii's Kilauea volcano jumped to 26 on Sunday as scientists reported lava spewing more than 200 feet (61 meters) into the air.
The itel S42 has some glaring flaws with its performance, display, and battery. However, it does take the cake for having a good camera for its price.