Lava Pulse feature phone: With the rise of the corona, the demand for such gadgets has increased, which are able to give information about blood pressure, heart rate, and oxygen present in the body. Till now, smartwatches and smart bands were used for all these, but now this feature phone can also do this work. Domestic mobile company Lava has launched the world’s first feature phone that has a heart rate and blood pressure sensor. Let’s know about the price and features of this phone…
The Lava Pulse feature phone has been launched in India. The device comes with a built-in heart rate and blood pressure monitor. This is the first feature phone of its segment to come with these features. With the help of Lava Pulse, users can know their heart rate and blood pressure. For this, they have to place their finger on the rear sensor. Apart from this, the phone has a 1,800 mAh battery which claims to give a battery life of up to 6 days. The phone number comes with talker functionality. That is, whenever you dial a number, the phone will speak the data.
Lava Pulse price in India, sale
The Lava Pulse feature phone will be sold for Rs 1,949. The phone has been launched in Rose Gold color. It will be available in Amazon, Flipkart, and more than 100 retail stores across the country.
Lava Pulse specifications, features
Lava Pulse has a 2.4-inch QVGA (240×320 pixels) display. It comes with dual-sim support. The device has 32 MB RAM. Storage can be increased to 32 GB. In the feature phone, you will be able to store 100 SMS and 500 phone book contacts.
As we told you earlier, the Lava Pulse has a 1,800 mAh battery. It claims to give about 6 days of battery life. The dimensions of this feature phone are 124.5x52x12.45 millimeters. Connectivity features include micro-USB, 3.5mm audio jack, and wireless FM radio. Lava Pulse has an auto call recording feature. If you want, the user can type in a total of seven languages on this phone. These are English, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Gujarati, and Punjabi.
In Lava Pulse, you will get heart rate and blood pressure, monitors. Users have to place their fingers on the back. After this, the figure will appear on the screen. This data can also be stored so that it can be shared with the doctor later.