Karbonn launches four new smart feature phones this festive season
Karbonn Mobiles launches 4 new smart feature rich phones for budget consumers
Karbonn Mobiles has launched four new smart feature phones. Dubbed K1616 (Karbonn Tornado), K 1818 (Twister), K 1515, and k 1010, all the devices are equipped with a lot of exciting features.
According to Mr. Shashin Devsare, Executive Director, Karbonn Mobiles, “a huge demand and supply gap exists in the smart feature phone category. There are a very few options available and that too at very high prices and market is in great need of good multimedia feature phones at reasonable prices. So, we have decided to come up with a range of smart feature phones with interesting applications and amazing features. And, we couldn’t have chosen a better time to launch these phones than this festival season.”
The first handset K 1616 is powered with 8.9cm hi-resolution HVGA capacitive touchscreen with matte finish and metallic battery cover. The phone has 3D UI, G-sensor, high quality 3.2 –megapixel camera. It supports EDGE for faster browsing and E-mail support.
The second handset K 1818 is a 3D phone. It has 8.1cm WQVGA Screen and 3.2-megapixel camera. It also supports EDGE network or faster browsing and e-mail support. Along with this it has 8 GB expandable memory and it is connected to the K Zone to access Karbonn’s world of Java based applications.
Third handset K 1515 is also a smart feature phone and is equipped with 8.1cm HVGA screen. It has 3D UI and it is also connected to the K Zone for Java applications. The phone has 2-megapixel camera which is lower than its other two top models. But is has FM, GPRS support and even multi-language support. So, now you can set the text of your phone in your first language. It supports the 8GB expandable memory.
K1010, the last device in the Diwali collection, has 1.3 megapixel camera and 7.1cm screen. It supports GPRS, FM and up to 8GB expandable memory. â¨
The prices of all four handsets are Rs. 4599, Rs. 3699, Rs. 3799, and Rs. 2899 respectively.