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Lava refreshes its feature phone A7 Wave in India for Rs 1,799

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New Delhi: Domestic handset maker Lava on Thursday launched A7 Wave feature phone in India for Rs 1,799.

 

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The dual tone finish device has a 2.4-inch display, polycarbonate body and is powered by a 1750mAh Li-ion battery that the company claims lasts for six days on a single charge.

The memory can be expanded up to 32GB.

 

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“Feature phone is seen as a commodity by marketers. The innovation of dual colour… we are happy that this innovation in feature phones has come from Lava’s R&D division,” Tejinder Singh, Head of Product-Feature Phones, Lava International Limited, said in a statement.

 

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The budget device supports 22 languages including English, Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada.

The Lava A7 Wave currently comes with a one-year replacement guarantee along with six months replacement offer (on accessories).

 

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New Delhi: Team India is currently in the West Indies and playing the three-day practice match against the WICB XI. In the meantime, in a dramatic turn of events, it has been reported that the PCB has received an email of a possible attack on Team India in the Caribbean islands.

An anonymous email popped up in the inbox of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) official account on Friday, August 16, stating that the Indian cricket team – which is currently in the middle of the tour of West Indies – is under threat of an imminent attack. The PCB immediately forwarded the said email, which has no mention of any terror-based group or known identities, to the International Cricket Council (ICC). In due process, the Indian cricket board (BCCI) also received a copy of the said email within the next 24 hours.

This comes as a shocking piece of news for everyone as the tensions between India and Pakistan continue to soar over the Kashmir issue. However, according to the reports in Geo TV, the PCB has acted responsibly over the incident and has reported the issue to the International Cricket Council (ICC). The BCCI on Sunday confirmed the email of TOI according to which it contained a threat “to Kill Indian Cricketers”.

While there was no response from the ICC, TOI spoke with a senior official in the Pakistan Cricket Board who said “PCB does not comment on safety and security issues”. However those who have read the letter told TOI that “on the face of it, the email sounds ‘bogus’. It mentions some random name. And it was proved that it was a hoax and the team is under no threat.”

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