An Internationally renowned and new mobile company in India, Lava Mobiles has recently announced the new mobile handset Lava M30 embedded with high definition music application. In the words of Lava Mobiles this handset is going to enrich and overwhelm the music lovers with new and rich experience of enjoying music on their handset. Lava M30 is integrated with latest technology of SRS WOW HD embedded with Yamaha PA speakers that supports MP3, MIDI, AMR, WAV and AAC music files. Lava M30 is available with the price tag of Rs. 4,499/- only.
Apart from this Lava M30 comes with 3.5 audio jack enabling to connect with different kind of listening equipment like headphones, earphones and speakers. M30 also enables the user to view the colour pictures in their original view from 178 degree angle with the help of IPS screen feature.
Promoting the new Lava M30, Mr. Sunil Raina, CMO, LAVA International Ltd, claimed that Lava Mobiles experienced that customers are looking for improvement in the quality of audio that reduces the voice explosion when the speakers are levelled at high volume equalizer. Penetrating on this demand company contemplated to introduce SRS WOW HD technique in the new infant of M series after Lava M23 to provide the new kind of music listening experience to the user which is both qualitative and fascinating. Mr. Raina further added that with Lava M30 the company strongly claims that the handset will benefit the users with superior quality of music. He also informed that to receive the feedback from the consumers Lava has opened 1500 Lava M30 Experience Zones pan India at different centres.
However the other cosmetics equipped in the Lava M30 are camera of 2 mega pixel, metallic body, Dual Sim (GSM+GSM), connectivity with Bluetooth enabled device, Snaptu Opera Mini Web Browser for net surfing, web cam with synchronization with PC, external memory slot expandable upto 8GB, giant battery of 1200 mAh, and various others. In short it can be said that new Lava M30 will carry the success of its predecessor Lava M23 to new heights in the coming weeks.