Lava Iris X5 now available online

Lava Iris X5

Lava Iris X5 is now available online for Rs. 8,649. Iris X5 will be an Amazon exclusive phone. Though listed on the site, the device will be on stock only from September. The launch day offers includes 16GB Micro SD Memory Card,  Flip Mobile Cover and Screen Protector. so you have reasons to buy the device now.

Lava Iris X5 can be bought exclusively from Amazon.

Lava has placed Lava Iris X5 as a selfie centric phone that comes with a 5 MP front facing auto focus camera. The front camera features a BSI sensor. 1.4um pixel size and a 4-element lens are deployed in the camera. The rear camera features an 8 MP sensor. It is an auto focus camera that features Omni BSI, F2.2 aperture, Dual LED Flash, 84 degrees wide viewing angles etc. It records full HD 1080p videos @ 30 fps.

Lava Iris X5 features a 5 inch HD OGS IPS display with full lamination protection. It is powered by a 1.2 GHz quad core processor along with 1 GB of RAM. There is 8 GB of internal storage memory expandable up to 32 GB using a microSD card.

Lava Iris X5 is dual SIM phone with dual stand by support. Users can access 3G from both SIMs. One is a regular SIM slot, while the other is a microSIM slot.  It supports 2G and 3G network connectivity. Other connectivity options includes WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and microUSB port. This is a thin phone that measures just 7.9 mm in thickness. Weight is 135g.

The 2100 mAh battery provides talk-time of up to 13.5 hours on 2G and up to 10.5 hours on 3G. Android v4.4 kitkat runs on the device out-of-the-box. Currently the black color device is listed on the website. The white color is expected shortly.

Lava Iris X5 and Moto G comparison


Iris X5

Moto G


8649 INR

10499 INR


Quad Core 1.2 GHz

Quad Core 1.2 GHz


5.0″ HD

4.5” HD


8 GB (Expandable upto 32GB)

8 GB (Non Expandable)

Rear Camera

8.0 MP

5.0 MP

Front Camera

5.0 MP

1.3 MP





Android 4.4 (KitKat)

Android 4.4 (KitKat)


2100 mAh Li-Ion

2070 mAh Li-ion







After Sales Service

~750 Service Centers

~150 Service Centers



Published by Pradeepkumar Valiyaparambil

Pradeepkumar is a Tech blogger and contributor to

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