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Karbonn Titanium X with Full HD display appears on company's website

|November 11 2013 |Mobiles

Karbonn is all set to launch a competitor for Micromax Canvas Turbo. A Full HD device, named Karbonn Titanium X, has been popped up on its website with a somehow robust set of specifications.

Much detail about the device is not available yet, but the teaser image clears it to be a Full HD device running on a Quad core processor. Interestingly, it also mentions NFC support as one of the feature.

Packed in sleek looking slightly curved body, this device is supposed to compete with Micromax's latest flagship, Canvas Turbo which comes with a 5-inch FHD display running on 1.5 GHz Quad core processor and 2GB RAM. On the camera front, like Titanium X, Turbo also packs a 13MP rear shooter and 5MP front camera. Inbuilt storage is not known for Titanium X, but we assume it to be at par with Turbo, which is 16GB without expansion slot. There's no clarity on pricing as well, which is normally the most crucial factor in Indian mobile market.

Karbonn Titanium X Key features:

  • 5-inch Full HD IPS display

  • Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

  • 13MP Auto focus camera with dual flash

  • 5MP front camera

  • 1.5 GHz Quad core processor (Most probably MediaTek)

  • NFC Support

  • 2300 mAH Battery

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