It is anticipated that a MediaTek Helio SoC will power the Lava X3. An Amazon landing page for the Lava X3 smartphone has gone online, confirming that it will soon be available in India. The entry-level smartphone’s photos and detailed specifications have leaked online only days before its official launch. According to rumors, the Lava X3 will include two rear cameras and a 4,000mAh battery. A MediaTek Helio SoC is rumored to power it, along with 3GB of RAM & 32GB of inbuilt storage. The Lava X3, which became official earlier in March, is anticipated to successor to the Lava X2.
The renderings and details of the Lava X3 have been revealed by tipsters Ishan and Pricebaba. In addition to showing its fingerprint reader, slimmer bezels, and waterdrop-style notch also on display, the models reveal a design that is similar to that of the previous Lava X2 model. On a rectangular camera island with rounded edges, the renderings also depict dual rear camera units set up in a line. On the left spine of a smartphone, you can also notice the power button or the volume rockers.
Lava X3 specifications
According to the leak, the Lava X3 would have a 6.5-inch HD+ IPS display and run the Android 12 Go edition. It might be driven by an unidentified MediaTek Helio processor running at 2GHz and paired with 3GB of RAM. The phone is rumored to have 32GB of internal storage.
A dual 8-megapixel rear camera arrangement is rumored to be included in the upcoming Lava X3. It might have a 5-megapixel front camera for taking selfies. Additionally, it might have a fingerprint sensor for authentication on the rear. Additionally, speakers so at bottom of the device are rumored to be included. A 3.5mm audio jack is also reportedly included.
On the upcoming Lava X3, Lava is predicted to include a 4,000mAh battery. According to reports, it weighs 210 grams and has a thickness of 9mm.
The business has stated that the Lava X3 would go on sale in India, although it has not yet provided an official launch date. It is anticipated to release as a sequel to Lava X2. To tease the launch of a Lava X3 in India, Amazon has set up a special landing page on its website.