Lava 402+ with 3G support available for pre-booking Ansh Jain December 21, 2013 Mobile 12 Comments Lava has recently launched their new smartphone known as Lava 402+. The smartphone is a successor of the 3G Lava 402. The device supports dual SIM with both GSM SIM cards. Quite similar to the Lava 402, the device has Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS. The 402+ has a 4 inch WVGA display with a resolution of 480×800 pixels. The smartphone has been powered by 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and a RAM of 512MB. It has a 3-Megapixel rear camera with flash and has a front camera of 3MP. The device is available with with 4 GB inbuilt storage and supports further 32GB expandable storage by microSD card. The Lava 402+ has a 1500mAh battery that can give upto just 4 hours of talktime and 200 hours of standby. The options for connectivity include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS with aGPS, EDGE, 3G, 2G, and GPRS. Available at a price of Rs. 5499, the Lava 402+ is certainly not one of the best devices in the market. 12 Responses Rhea Liza Muñoz January 12th, 2014 Is this available here in the Philippines? Reply Sachin Antony January 12th, 2014 I dont think so.lava is not having such a wide market I think Reply Sachin Antony January 11th, 2014 Lava is still having a very low brand value.they should try to improve it. Reply Ramanjit December 27th, 2013 Would you recommend me to buy the product. … Reply Ansh Jain December 24th, 2013 thanks brahmnoor Reply Mandip Das December 24th, 2013 Awesome! Reply Akul December 22nd, 2013 Thinking of buying this, but how’s the service of Lava ? Reply Brahmnoor Singh Chawla December 22nd, 2013 Hi Akul ! The service of Lava depends on your location. It’s pretty nice in Delhi region. Reply Rishabh December 22nd, 2013 I agree that the device is nice, but the price is high. Lava should learn for it’s mistakes, but it goes on launching devices. Reply Vikas December 22nd, 2013 It’s a nice device, but the price is too high for the specifications it packs. Reply Kunal December 21st, 2013 What do companies like Lava recon ?? They go on launching one device after the another, don’t they do anything else. Reply Brahmnoor Singh Chawla December 21st, 2013 Nice Ansh ! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.