“The new Karbonn KX series are priced between Rs 700 to Rs 1,000 and would be available through the offline markets later this month”
Karbonn Mobiles has launched new KX range of feature phones in India as part of its Independence Day celebration. This latest series includes the Karbonn KX3, KX25, KX26 and KX27 that comes with an in-built messaging feature called Ztalk. The services provide a similar experience as WhatsApp with the ability to send text, voice messages, pictures, emoticons, business cards, and more. The Karbonn KX27 users can communicate with Android and iOS users as well. The new Karbonn KX series feature phones are priced between Rs 700 to Rs 1,000 and would be available through the offline markets later this month.
The Karbonn KX3 feature phone comes with a 1.71-inch display, packs 800mAh battery and has a Boom Box speaker. There is wireless FM radio with recorder, power-saving mode, digit read-out, and video-music player. Karbonn KX25 has a 1,800mAh battery, 2.4-inch display and features such as FM Radio with recording, 4-LED torch, digital camera, and dual SIM card slots. Similarly, the KX26 comes with a 2.4-inch display, 1,450mAh battery, digital camera, video-music player, Boom Box speaker, and power-saving mode. Lastly, the Karbonn KX27 also has the same 2.4-inch display, packs a 1,750mAh battery with power-saving mode, digital camera, Bluetooth connectivity, video-music player, and support for wireless FM Radio with a recorder.
Pardeep Jain, MD Karbonn Mobiles said, “The KX series of feature-rich phones is aligned with our brand’s commitment to offering innovative technologies at reasonable price points. We believe customer satisfaction is what matters at the end of the day. We have been serving India with the best of customized phones for the past 10 years and wish to keep the journey going. This new series complements our customer-centric strategy to offer utility services, without compromising on either style or affordability. In our country, a considerable part of the population still uses feature-phones and, therefore, it is important for us to carefully curate products that are in line with their aspirations.”