Lava Pulse Launched – Features Heart Rate And BP Sensor
Lava has come up with a new feature phone which is called the Lava Pulse. The company claims the Lava Pulse feature phone to be the first of its kind to feature a heart rate and BP sensor.
Highlights of the Story
- Lava launches its new feature phone for Rs 1,949
- Named the Lava Pulse, it features a heart rate and blood pressure sensor
- Can be purchased via both Amazon and Flipkart
The Lava Pulse feature phone comes with a 2.4-inch display and has a polycarbonate body. Furethermore, the device comes with a 1,800 mAh along with a super battery mode which can last for up to 6 days on a single charge. The device also has an expandable memory of up to 32GB. On the camera front, the device also has a 0.3-megapixel rear camera.
A plus point is the fact that the build quality of the device is military grade. This easily protects it from minor wear and tear through drops. Additionally, the device also comes with a 1 year warranty which provides with replacement service.
Coming to the USP of the feature phone, the device has a BP and heart rate sensor. Just by simply placing a fingertip on the ‘pulse scanner’, one can check the heart rate and blood pressure immediately on the screen.
Price and Availability
The device is priced at Rs 1,949 and can be purchased via both Flipkart and Amazon. Furthermore, the device can also be purchased through offline retail stores across the country.
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The Lava Pulse feature phone is clearly targeted to the elderly class of people who need a good and easy-to-use phone. The heart rate and blood pressure sensors make it even more value for money. The phone can also serve as an excellent secondary phone for those who have to take up multiple calls in a day. Additionally, the military grade build quality and 1 year replacement service is of excellent value.
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