Exclusive: Karbonn A15+ Coming to Stores Soon Featuring DTS Sound Quality

    Karbonn Mobiles, the makers behind Titanium S9, will soon launch Karbonn A15+ in the Indian market. Sources close to GizBot have revealed that domestic vendor Karbonn has tied up with US based DTS, a leader in high-definition audio solutions and audio enhancement technologies to launch their next flagship in the market -- Karbonn A15+.

    The said device will boast impressive DTS sound quality and enhanced bass. Overall, get ready to witness Karbonn A15+ with an enhanced audio quality. Thus users will experience superior mobile entertainment on their smartphone. The forthcoming phone will be targeted at youth, claims the source close to the matter.

    It appears that the Karbonn A15+ will be company's flagship multimedia handset. Though exact details about the device features and specifications, have been kept secretive. It is suspected that the Karbonn A15+ is a destined successor to the Karbonn A15. Apart from so-called "terrific sound quality," nothing much can be said about the upcoming Karbonn A15+, at this moment.

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     Karbonn A15+ Coming to Stores Soon Featuring DTS Sound Quality

    Going by the retail price of Karbonn A15, which was originally launched at Rs. 5,899, GizBot expects the forthcoming affordable handset to cost under Rs. 6,000.

    The predecessor Karbonn A15 was launched back in December 2012 at a price point of Rs. 5,839. An year after the launch, Karbonn is once again ready to announce yet another affordable smartpone with rich features and its coming soon.

    Karbonn A15+ - Speculated features

    4.5-inch IPS display

    1.3GHz dual-core processor

    512MB of RAM

    4GB of expandable memory up to 32GB via a microSD card slot

    5MP rear-facing camera

    1720mAh battery

    3G; Wi-Fi; Bluetooth 3.0;A-GPS

    Asking price- Rs. 6,000*

    *Rumored price

    Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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