Mobiles & Tablets

Karbonn, Intex launch KitKat-powered phones

PTI New Delhi | Updated on June 23, 2014

Targeted at consumers in tier II and III towns, handset maker Karbonn today unveiled its new smartphone ‘Titanium S99’, powered by Android's latest KitKat operating system, priced at Rs 5,990.

The dual SIM Titanium S99 smartphone features a 512 MB RAM and 1.3 GHz quad core processor on a 10.1 cm (about four inches) touchscreen.

It also has a 5 megapixel rear camera, internal storage of 4GB (expandable upto 32GB) and 1,400 mAh battery.

“Android OS, 4.4 KitKat has numerous advantages. It takes system performance to a whole new level by offering better memory management. It provides all—in—one solution to user’s communication needs by providing upgraded Hangouts App supported with improved SMS and MMS integration,” Karbonn Executive Director Shashin Devsare said.

Android KitKat OS allows supports other features like Smarter Caller ID, faster multitasking, low—power location monitoring, redesigned downloads app and easy home screen switching to name a few, he said.

Intex Tech smartphones

Handset maker Intex Technologies today launched its first KitKat smartphone range with Aqua i14 and Aqua N15 priced at Rs 7,090 and Rs 6,090 respectively.

Both the smartphones will run on latest 4.4 KitKat OS aimed at enhancing the user’s smartphone experience, it said in a release.

The smartphones are affordable and are targeted at students and young professionals in Tier II and III cities of India, it added.

Aqua i14 and Aqua N15 are both dual—SIM handsets loaded with features including 1.3 GHz Quad core processor, 1 GB RAM, 4 GB ROM, an 8 MP rear camera and 2 MP front camera with advanced picture quality.

Aqua i14 comes in two colours of white and black whereas Aqua N15 will be available in White, Black and Blue as well.

Published on June 23, 2014

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