Lava has introduced its most anticipating device Lava Iris Fuel 60 that comes with a lot of impressive features and larger battery capacity.

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Lava Introduced Iris Fuel 60

These days, smart-phones become the need of our daily lives as we cannot imagine a single day without smart-phones. Using smart-phones, businesses stay connected with their office email, share fun morsels with their friends and log-on to their favorite social networking websites.

With constant use of smart-phones, our daily routine completely depends on smart-phones, so all of us want smart-phones with such batteries that last as long as possible. However, most of the smart-phones don’t last beyond, so everyone were waiting for the device that comes with a bigger battery capacity and some impressive features.

A lot of device makers have started taking this issue seriously as they are introducing phones with large capacity batteries. One of the leading and most popular Domestic handset makers ‘Lava’ has launched Iris Fuel 60, bigger capacity battery-equipped android smartphone. The device comes with some high-end and decent hardware specifications and features that will give a good user experience.

Design & Look

In a look-wise, all new Lava Iris Fuel 60 is a simple yet striking looking phone that barring a subtle chin at the bottom. Appearing quite similar with other budget rectangular slabs, the device weighs 174 gram and measuring 10.2mm in thickness.

Due to the large capacity battery, the all new device is somewhat on the bulkier side and has a detachable back cover sporting a lusterless finish for improved grip. At the right rim, the volume rocker as well as power keys are placed while 3.5mm port and micro-USB port sits at the top.

A LED flash, speaker grill and camera lens are the back features of the device that will surely caught your attention. By removing the cover, you can see two regular sim car slots and a microSD card slot along with a sealed battery. Physical keys of this device provide good tangible feedback and were responsive.


When it comes to talk about Lava Iris Fuel 60, it runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat, and the user interface is extremely close to the stock version of the barring some additions like gesture control. The company said that the phone can be upgraded to Android Lollipop, but has not given a particular time frame for the rollout.

To activate functions like browsing photos in gallery and activating the shutter in Camera while moving your hand over, Gesture control is making use of the phone’s front camera. We all know that it worked as promised, but most of the people found it gimmicky for use in the long-run.

Along with gesture control, you can also find some smart wake lock screen gestures – allowing you to draw a V to launch the video player or M to play music or even W to initiate WhatsApp while phone is locked. In order to unlock the phones, the device is also supporting with slide down and double tab gestures. It worked without any hitch, but the options are hidden under the Accessibility settings.

For example – there is a menu item for themes in the settings Jeevan Khkale with just one theme. Thanks to Lava Iris Fuel 60 as it doesn’t comes with bloatware and third-party applications like Twitter and WhatsApp that come preinstalled can be uninstalled.


A 10MP rear camera with BSI II sensor and a 2MP front facing camera of Lava Iris Fuel 60 allow people to click some wonderful pictures. The device takes some of the beautiful pictures in day light, but various people found them to be underexposed. In the default mode, there was no shutter lag and color reproduction was accurate.

The best thing about this device is that it provides HDR mode and the results are satisfactory. Moreover, the device’s rear camera supports full-HD video capture, but the output was of average quality. For taking occasional selfies as well as video chats, the front camera is good enough.


The front of Lava Iris Fuel 60 features a 5-inch HD IPS display (720x1280p). For protecting against scratches, the device sports Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Users will find the display of this device pretty good with wide viewing angles even though it is not a full HD panel.

Colors were bright, but bordered on being slightly over saturated. The touch response is also excellent. Users can get three capacitive keys for navigation, and they are placed below the display. The keys of the device were responsive, but light-up only when you touch them.


Angry Birds and Subway Surfers are games that run smoothly without any lag or stutter. While playing graphics-intensive like Dead Trigger 2and Asphalt 8 in this device, you can experience frame drops and stutter. So, game lovers will find this device excellent as they can enjoy playing games.


Powered by a 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6582 quad-core processor and 1GB RAM, Lava Iris Fuel 60 is completely best as the performance of this device is wonderful. Navigation across the menu, browsing the web and clicking photos and launching apps, you can feel rich performance.

The phone comes with 8GB internal storage out of which 6.12GB is obtainable to the user. Since the phone supports microSD cards up to 32GB capacity, storing multimedia content is not a big problem. As compare to the likes of the second generation Motorola Moto G, the phone slightly lags in the artificial benchmarks.

So, these are some of the excellent points of the device that will give you rich experience while using high-end smart-phone.

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