As a low-end budget phone, the Lava Z40 does not impress, with its extremely dated display, below-average processor, and poor cameras.
The Lava Z60s phone is an optimal value phone which has an engaging display, massive duty processor and a set of decent cameras that makes it a great purchase at the least price of INR 4,500/-.
Lava A76 Plus
The Lava A76 Plus is a low-end, entry-level smartphone that has adequate battery support but still lacks a lot of features that could have made it a value phone in the market.
The Lava Z61 cuts short the price with this device for some of the premium features and should prove to be a good budget option for the social media fam.
The Lava Z80 is again, like most of its other variants can be a mediocre phone when it comes to the recent and high-end value phones, but can prove to be useful if you are looking for a robust device apt for an Android beginner.
The Lava Z60 is an affordable phone that has been put out at a very competitive price of INR 5,500/- against the smartphones by Vivo, Oppo, Xiaomi, etc. However, no matter how impressive the features of this phone at this price may seem, it falls short in doing the basics correctly and therefore can be challenging to use.
This device from Lava isn't much different to that of its other models that though can prove to be a definite buy for beginners but lacks distinct features to prove its worth to the high-end users.
Lava Z90 is a passable phone that may carry out your everyday needs smoothly but can leave you out of any surprises or let you get done more for less value. It can be a good phone for android beginners for its smooth operation, but for the hardcore users, the Z90 doesn't have much in its store.
Lava X28 Plus
Lava X28 Plus can be a good value phone with 4G VoLTE support, more extended battery backup and decent processor at an affordable price.