Lava Yuva 4 Pro leaks: Graceful design, D6080 5G processor, 6GB RAM, 50MP main shooter

Lava is currently in the development stages of the Yuva 4 Pro 5G smartphone, a successor to the Yuva 3 Pro, with the leak of a live image and crucial specifications shared by tipster Paras Guglani. Simultaneously, the brand is creating anticipation for the launch of the Blaze Curve 5G.

Source: 91mobiles

The revealed live image of the Lava Yuva 4 Pro 5G showcases a circular camera module housing two sensors, prominently featuring a 50MP primary unit. The smartphone exhibits a sleek form factor with gracefully curved edges, presented here in the Blue color variant, hinting at the possibility of additional color options at the official launch. The back panel proudly displays the Lava branding and the 5G label, confirming its compatibility with the fifth-generation network.

According to reports, the Lava Yuva 4 Pro 5G will be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 6080 processor built on a 6nm process, complemented by up to 6GB of RAM. Ensuring sustained usage, the device is expected to house a robust 5,000mAh battery. Software-wise, the smartphone is anticipated to ship with the pre-installed Android 13, with assurances of receiving two major updates in the future.

Additionally, the Lava Yuva 4 Pro 5G is reported to include a 2MP secondary rear camera and a 16MP front-facing selfie camera. The upcoming smartphone is rumored to be competitively priced within the sub-Rs 10,000 segment, making it an appealing option for budget-conscious consumers. Stay tuned for further updates as Lava gears up for the official launch of the Yuva 4 Pro 5G!



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