Indian manufacturers seems to be taking next leap against their global counterparts. After having a stronghold in the Android smartphone segment in the entry-level market and mid-range devices, they are moving up a bit in terms of specifications as well as the price. After the launch of Canvas Turbo from Micromax, its biggest competitor Karbonn is preparing to launch Titanium X smartphone. The smartphone is a successor to company’s previous flagship Titanium S5.
The device is not yet launched as the company has just teased it on its website. This means even some of its features are in dark. However, we can easily get a fair amount of idea about the device and its important specifications. Features wise, it’s obviously a direct competitor to the Canvas Turbo A250. Interestingly it also comes with NFC (Near Field Connectivity) communication technology, something which is not seen on devices from local manufacturers.
- 5 inch screen
- 1920 x 1080 pixels
- 441 ppi
- MediaTek MT6589 Turbo Quad core processor
- 1.5 GHz clock speed
- RAM not known (Expected: 2 GB)
- Internal and External Storage not known (Expected: 16 GB internal storage with expansion slot supporting up to 64 GB micro SD cards)
Network and Connectivity
- 2G/ 3G networks with dual SIM
- Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, NFC and GPS with Assisted GPS
- 13 MP primary camera with Dual LED flash
- 5 MP camera at front
- 2300 mAh capacity
- Android 4.2 JellyBean
Since the device is simply teased on the website we can’t be sure about its launch. It’s pricing also remains unknown for this very reason. But it’s safe to assume that it will cost a tad over Rs 18000 since that the Canvas Turbo is priced at Rs. 19,999.