Indian domestic vendor Karbonn has suddenly become aggressive towards "super mid-end handsets". So far, the company has been criticized for not coming up with the top notch hardware. That is why consumers still recognize Karbonn as just another handset manufacturer, despite being India's third largest smartphone maker.
This often happens when a brand gets so enormous that it tries to appeal to everyone.
Over the past few months Karbonn has been working hard, with the help of MediaTek, in redefining its image in consumer minds. Positioning a product in consumer minds is becoming hard. But Karbonn isn't worried about its latest sensational handset-yes, you heard it right.
Just a day back, Karbonn launched three new Android powered smartphones in India. Out of the three, the Titanium Hexa captivated us the most. And, there's a reason behind it.
Karbonn Titanium Hexa is the first smartphone to feature a hexa-core processor powered by Mediatek MT6591 Hexa core. In fact, it also the first smartphone from an India based tech vendor to ship with Android Kitkat 4.4 out of the box.
With the Titanium Hexa, Karbonn is clearly aiming to target new customers with its latest offering. If you haven't heard of Karbonn before, perhaps one shouldn't missed out a chance to experience the new Titanium Hexa.
Karbonn Titanium Hexa- Design
The Titanium Hexa is indeed an impressive handset for a consumer point of you. The phone has a unibody design and comes in silver color. Even though the design isn't fantastic, but we genuinely loved it.
We are told that the rear-back of the phone is completely made of metal; however, users won't be able to remove the back cover, and neither the fitted battery inside.
The makers have used good quality plastic, which wasn't the case before. Surprisingly, the phone turned out to be stunner, when it comes to thickness and form factor. At 6.9mm thick, we've already found a winner.
Karbonn Titanium Hexa- Display
The Titanium Hexa has a massive 5.5-inch display having a resolution of 1920 x 1080p resolution. Although we've seen many Full HD handsets under Rs. 20, 000 price slab, but nothing comes close to the Titanium Hexa.
Karbonn says it has used a LTPS (Low Temperature PolySilicon LCD screen which produces colors and wide viewing angles.