Karbonn Is Out With Their Latest High-End Phone: Titanium S7

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Karbonn launched its Titanium series with the aim of delivering high-end mobile phones at mid range price to the Indian market and their latest flagship abiding by this aim is Titanium S7. A few months ago, Karbonn introduced the Titanium series with its Titanium S1 followed by S5 which became quite popular as a mid range phone with advanced functionality. 

Titanium S7 is a 5 inch capacitive display screen phone with HD resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels. The phone also facilitates a Dual SIM (GSM+GSM) so that the user can keep the personal and the professional world apart and well organized. It runs on the latest Android Jelly Bean 4.2 OS and powered by 1.5 GHz quad-core processor. 

The phone supports all the popular connectivity options such as Wi-fi, Bluetooth, 3G, and GPS and also features a USB port. Titanium S7 flaunts an 13 MP camera with AutoFocus and LED flash and it also bears a front facing camera of 2 MP enabling the user to make video calling. 

Karbonn’s Titanium S7 is also said to posses higher Multimedia decoding and gaming abilities making it an ideal phone for youngsters especially. This fully loaded phone from Karbonn is priced at 14,989 INR on Infibeam.com, the most preferred online shopping portal. Here’s a look at the specifications of the phone:

  • 1.5 GHz Quad Core Processor
  • 5-inch Full HD Display
  • Expandable Storage Capacity of 32 GB
  • Wi-Fi Enabled
  • Android v4.2 (Jelly Bean) OS
  • 13 MP Primary Camera
  • 2 MP Secondary Camera
  • Dual SIM (GSM + GSM)
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  1. Karbonn Titanium S7 is stylishly looking Smartphone. Its promising primary camera takes great photos and high definition videos. It is mid range Smartphone with many stunning features. It has 3G support and decent external storage.
    http://www.91mobiles.com/karbonn-titanium-s7-price-in-india

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