Lava BeFIT fitness band has been launched in India as the company’s first smart activity tracker. The company, on Thursday, held a virtual event where it also launched new smartphones in its Z series, a customizable phone, and a smartphone upgrade program. The BeFIT band from Lava is the brand’s first smart band and it lets you keep a track of your daily activity and monitor body temperature, heart rate, and more. Lava BeFIT comes with a color display with a single touch-sensitive button. The smartphone upgrade plan, called Zup, permits users to improve the RAM and storage of their smartphones within the first year of purchase.
Lava BeFIT fitness band price in India, availability
The Lava BeFIT fitness band carries a price tag of Rs. 2,699 and will be available for buying from Amazon, Lava website, and offline stores from January 26. It comes in a single black color option.
Lava BeFIT fitness band specifications
Lava BeFIT comes with a small color display with a touch-sensitive button at the bottom. It offers all-day activity tracking and various features to track and maintain good health including heart rate, temperature, and SpO2 monitoring. It also features an auto-sleep mode. Being a smart band, the Lava BeFIT can relay your phone’s notifications including emails, SMS, and social media alerts. The Lava BeFIT also sports GPS tracking, sedentary reminders, run plans, vibration alerts, and water resistance. The brand hasn’t yet shared information on battery life.
Lava Zup upgrade program
Along with the Lava BeFIT fitness band, the Lava rolled out its Z series handsets including Lava Z1, Lava Z2, Lava Z4, and Lava Z6. As already shared, the company has also introduced the Zup program that will permit you to improve the RAM and storage of the smartphones within the first year of purchase. The company shared that customers can pay Rs. 1,949 to update their phones from a 2GB plus 32GB configuration to a 4GB plus 64GB configuration. This upgrade plan is valid for Lava Z2, Lava Z4, Lava Z6, and myZ customizable phone models. The Zup program will also be available from 26th January.
To update their phone, users can pre-book their appointment at a service center and get an on-the-spot update. The updates are limited to RAM and storage only. Lava claims that there will be no data loss during the update process and the brand will take care of your data. The warranty for the smartphone will be associated with the phone itself and not the updated components. Users can also update to any level they want, but will not be able to downgrade.