20 Indian soldiers lost their lives in the recent Indo-China clash at Galwan district. To support the families of these martyrs, the Indian smartphone brand Lava has come forward. It pledges to contribute 40 Lakhs, which it aims to raise through July month’s sales.

“Being an Indian Brand, we salute the valor of our soldiers and this small contribution is our humble gratitude to the supreme sacrifice our soldiers make at the battlefield,” said Sunil Raina, President & Business Head, Lava international.

The home-grown brand will be donating Rs 2 lakh to each of these 20 families through the Army Battle Casualties Welfare Fund at South Block, New Delhi.

Meanwhile, Lava and a few other domestic companies are planning to capitalize on the rising anti-China sentiment in the country.

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Upcoming Indian-brand phones


Starting off with Lava, a recent Geekbench listing hints at a forthcoming phone named Lava Z66. It will be carrying a Unisoc processor inside, coupled with 3GB of RAM and Android 10. It will be an entry-level device with its single-core score of 153 and a multi-core score of 809.

Additionally, an Android Go edition Lava Z53 is around the block. Also, an entry-grade phone.


A recent Gadgets360 report reveals that the native brand will be launching three phones under the ₹10,000 price band. It is said that the phones will bring premium features.

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Beyond, smartphones in the sub-10k bracket, Karbonn claims to make inroads in the connected IoT and lifestyle segment. There will be a smartwatch and a few other products. The company assures a secure and privacy-friendly experience, even without Ads.

We look forward to the comeback of these indigenous brands, which were once big names in the Indian smartphone market.


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