Anyway, Lava B8 is really promising. It has WIFI connection ready, Bluetooth, a pad which is QWERTY type looking like your Black berry, and a sensitive track pad which is easy to navigate. It has FM radio, MP3/MP4 player, torch light, 3.2 mega pixel of camera with flash and a video which is just right for me to use. It has PUSH email which you can configure 10 email accounts on your mobile.
I am not that techy savvy. I am just a regular mobile user who is happy to use technology at its simplest form. For me, I don’t need to complicate myself with gadgets and stuffs. Most mobiles offer the same thing but the question is their reliability and durability and they of course differ in prices depending on brand names.
You may call this article a short review, but it’s not paid okay. Just my own personal opinion which I write here so to be honest, it was just timely that I got my new Lava B8 and it does suit my need as a user. The price is also affordable for only Rs 3,300. We ordered it online and it was delivered right on our doorsteps after 2-3 business days.
So far so good I like the simplicity of it. The games included were just for kids to like. Easy to connect internet and the camera is built not too dandy for some since it will always be average but it’s okay for me to use. I’m not so fuzzy about playing music on mobile. The sound wasn’t great compared to Nokia music express but I am not after that at all.
As long as I can communicate well with people that I talked to on the phone and send them messages and hook me up on the net that is fine with me. By the way, it comes with USB charger, a usual battery charger, 2 GB micro SD card, hands free set in a box. Hope to use it well so that it will last longer. Thanks honey for gifting me this mobile!