Indian mobile brand, Lava, renews push in Nigeria

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Lava is an Indian mobile brand that made an official entry into Nigeria in 2011. The brand was active in the market for a while before beating a retreat. However, we have insider information that they are looking to renew their push in the Nigerian mobile market.

The company had earlier attempted to push its phones in Nigeria but didn’t record any significant penetration.

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Lava makes feature phones, smartphones and tablets running Android and windows Phone.

February 2019: Lava starts operation, distribution in Nigeria

The Indian company began distribution and sales operations in Nigeria, and partnering with RAYA to push Lava phones through offline and online channels in the Nigerian market.

The first set of Lava phones to be introduced include  Lava Z81 and Lava Iris 51 models.


Lava Mobiles was launched in India in 2009 and has its headquarters in Noida. The mobile phone company curently has operations in countries across Asia, Middle East, and Africa, including: Pakistan, Nepal, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Egypt, Ghana, and Kenya, among others.

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8 comments

  1. No we don’t want another “CHINKO” , unless they have something new to offer.

    Right now , all I want is Xiaomi!!!

  2. xiaomi products are expensive for the average Nigerian user… I am nt sure they will break down the monopoly of their oda chinko brethens…lol.

  3. Taye I disagree! Please Google about Xiaomi and read on how much they sell their phones.

  4. Whether expensive or not let’s have the much talked about products first and let people who can afford buy.After all the likes of iPhone, samsung,Sony are here and people are buying despite their prices.

  5. People forget that how much Xiaomi sell their phones for officially in other markets may not be true when sold in Nigeria. Don’t be fooled by conversion prices.

    Xiaomi don’t seem to be in any hurry for the African market. You’ll just have to keep buying grey imports if you want one.

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