A chance to enhance with FHD Karbonn Titanium X
A chance to enhance given by Karbonn with its new smartphone Titanium X. Some specifications and the great design of this handset have been revealed by the company, however apparently Karbonn Mobile will chase Micromax by announcing its first ever Full HD smartphone sometime next week so the website still doesn’t mention anything about the availability. As for the pricing, it’s said to be somewhere between RS 18000 to RS 19000 (approximately USD 285 to USD 300), but it’s not specified. So for now let’s concentrate on what kind of a device we’re waiting for.
First of all, Karbonn Mobiles already has a certain experience with creating impressive phones for affordable prices. It’s last handset the 5-incher 720 x 1280 pixels touchscreen Jelly Bean supporting Quad-core 1.2 GHz Titanium S9 couldn’t compete with the Micromax Canvas Turbo A250 that was a Full HD 1080x 1920 MediaTek 1.5GHz quad-core, however Karbonn can make a mark in the Indian handset market now with the upcoming Karbonn Titanium X. In fact, The internal specifications and features look similar to the Canvas Turbo A250 so if we follow that logic, the price should be around USD 290. The 5-incher comes with an IPS capacitive touchscreen display holding the resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels running the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with a quad-core processor 1.5 GHz, however details on its storage and RAM still haven’t been revealed. Nevertheless, we can spot the 13-megapixel rear camera with dial LED flash and a 5-mexapixel front camera that will include video calls as well. Its connectivity will operate via Wi-Fi, Bluethooth, NFC (Near field communication chipset), 3G and A-GPS and it will have a SIM support. As for the battery, we’ll have a 2300 mAh thought talk or standby time hasn’t been specified.
Karbonn Titanium X will be competing with the likes of Micromax’s Canvas Turbo and Canvas Magnus along with other FHD phones like Gionee Elife E6, Zen Ultrafone Amaze 701FHD, Lenovo K900, and Spice Pinnacle FHD Mi-525.
Source: Karbonn Mobiles