Karbonn has launched the new Titanium S19 which is claimed to be a selfie phone at a price of Rs. 8,999.
The smartphone is targeted at the youths who are selfie enthusiasts. The phone has qualities like professional cameras and allows user to take high quality pictures.
The Titanium S19 sports a Sony 13 MP rear camera with Exmor sensor and 5 MP front camera with IR film for clear selfies. Titanium S19 includes voice-based capture and a live photo mode, which will show current frame through many filters. The camera has an F2.0 aperture and has support for 1080P videos.
The BSI sensor allows the user to take clear pictures even in low light.
It is a dual SIM smartphone which runs on Android 4.4 KitKat OS and has a 1GB RAM. It is powered by a 1.3 GHz quad core processor.
The 5 inch HD IPS OGS screen with 720 x 1280 pixel resolution makes the pictures look more clear and attractive.
The device has an internal memory of 8 GB and can be further extended to 32 GB through memory card.
On the connectivity front, the smartphone has 3G, EDGE/ GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS.
The smartphone is juiced up with a 2000 mAh battery. It is available in two color variants such as Black and White.
· Sony 13MP camera with Exmor sensor, panoramic shots and voice capture.
· 5 MP front camera with IR film for selfies and video calling
· Android 4.4 KitKat OS
· 1.3GHz quad core processor
· 5 inch HD IPS OGS screen
· iFloat touch for direct access to quick share, browser, dialer, video player and messaging.
· Customized gesture feature
· Faster navigation
· Dual SIM
· 16GB internal and 32 GB external memory
· 2000mAh battery
· 1GB RAM
“Selfies are increasingly becoming a medium of self expression amongst youth contributing to its phenomenal popularity across social media platforms. Catering to the consumers’ demand for smartphones equipped with superior camera features, Karbonn has launched a dynamic smartphone device powered with advanced photography features and interactive camera apps for superior picture and video quality,” said Shashin Devsare, executive director of Karbonn.