Lava KKT 40 Power Plus Review
Design: This is a very basic feature phone with very simple but sturdy buildup. The most available colors of the product are Black and Grey.
The device has alphanumeric keypad the screen size of the device is 2.4 inch. The display is a QVGA type and the display has a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels.
The dimensions are 120.3 x 51.5 x 16.2 mm and weight of it is 121 gm.
Performance: Lava KKT 40 Power Plus has dedicated micro SD card slot which supports up to 16 GB expandable memory card.
The phone has a massive 3000 mAh Li-ion battery. It has 1.3 MP primary camera. The camera can record videos.
Connectivity: The phone is a dual Sim phone with dual standby options. Both the SIMs are GSM SIM cards.
The device supports 2G network. No 3G or 4G option is available. The phone has GPRS and Bluetooth connectivity.
Additional Features: The phone has Music player, video player and FM radio facilities. The device also comes with various pre loaded JAVA games.
The phone supports MP3 and has Loud speaker installed in it for better and loud sound output. The device has auto call recording options.
Some other features like bright LED torch light, alarm clock, Calendar, stop watch are also pre installed in it. The phone also supports power bank.
For audio 3.5 mm audio jack port is also available. The phone supports Hindi and English as language option.
Speed dialing option is also available in the phone. The device comes with one year manufacturing warranty and 6 months warranty for accessories.
- Massive battery back up is a big plus point of the device.
- The phone is equipped with 1.3 MP camera and a LED flash light.
- Musical alert is also a very good option.
- The phone does not have QWERTY keypad.
- The phone does not support multilingual option (only English and Hindi).
- No 3G connectivity or Wi-Fi is available.
This is a very basic phone from Lava brand mostly focused for low end users. The device has all the basic required features loaded in it. In such low price it is a good option and value for money for those who don’t use internet or other modern amenities.