Karbonn To Launch New Smartphone on September 15

By Vivek

    The competition is going to be pretty heated up in the Indian market with regards to the low-end smartphones. Until now, it was just the low-end KitKat phones or even consider the newly launched couple of Firefox phones that were making up to the headlines.

    Karbonn To Launch New Smartphone on September 15

    But since Google is said to launch the first Android One powered smartphone in India on September 15th, a new era of low-end market could possible be commenced as these are also said to be very affordable priced.

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    Anyways, Karbonn has also scheduled an event on the same date, i.e. September 15th. But since Karbonn didn't have any upcoming devices that the tech world knew of until now, to believe that it also has an Android One device to show at the same event is quite reasonable.

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    Moreover, Karbonn has already started teasing the new device. However, the teaser is something, that doesn't reveal anything much about the specs of the device. Anyways, what the video teaser does reveal is that the upcoming device would be exclusively available via online retailer Snapdeal.

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    The caption on the teaser reads "If you ‪#‎NoHave‬ the funkiest, coolest, smartest, awesomest smart phone, then get ready to be surprised!"

    It is not quite sure whether Karbonn will launch the Android One device or its regular device with Android KitKat OS. Anyways, September 15th is not too far to find out what exactly the company will unveil on the day.

    Stay tuned to GizBot for  more updates!

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