Home grown smartphone maker Karbonn has entered into the budget android category with its new Karbonn Titanium
S99, priced at Rs 5,990, which is likely to give a tough competition to Motorola’s Moto E.
Targeted at the tier-I& II consumers, the phone is powered by the Android KitKat, 512MB RAM and 1.3 GHz Quad core
CPU. It has a 5 Mega Pixel Rear Camera and a digital front camera for video calling. With an internal storage of
4GB, it comes with expandable memory up to 32GB to save and browse a user’s audio-visual content and files.
Embedded with a dual SIM Support along with the 3G connectivity, the phone comes with a 1400 mAh battery that
helps the user to connect with the world for longer periods.
The Karbonn Titanium S99 offers a range of networking options and utilities like GPS navigation, G-Sensor,
proximity and Wi-Fi and other features.
It is available in black and white colors, and has an additional protective silicon case to protect it from
“The advantages of using Android OS, 4.4 KitKat are numerous. 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. In addition, Android KitKat includes a
variety of new features like smarter Caller ID, faster multitasking, low-power location monitoring,
redesigned downloads app and easy home screen switching to name a few,”said Shashin Devsare, executive director
The phone will give tough competition to Motorola’s Moto E, which was a hit as retailers ran out of its stocks
just few days after its availability. Priced at Rs 6,999, Moto E is the cheapest smartphone from Motorola’s kitty.
Micromax Canvas Music A88, Karbonn Retina A27 XOLO B700, Lenovo A390, Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo, Intex Aqua
Wonder Quadcore, are some other smartphones available below Rs 10,000 range.