Karbonn releases first Windows Phone at less than $100
Karbonn, one of India’s leading smartphone brands, has announced the release of a second phone from it’s Titanium smartphone series today. The first one, the Titanium S5 Ultra runs on Android while this is a Windows-powered device.
The new Karbonn Titanium Wind W4 smartphone runs on Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system, version 8.1. The device is listed as having a 4-inch IPS display of WVGA resolution on Amazon India where it’s priced at INR 5,999 (a few cents below $100).
Under the hood, there’s a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU which hasn’t been named as at press time. There’s also 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage which can be expanded by a built-in memory card slot on the phone. The device supports two SIM cards on either 2G or 3G networks.
On the visuals side, the Titanium Wind W4 sports a 5-megapixel camera at the back as well as a VGA (0.3MP) camera sited at the front. The phone is enhanced with Bluetooth 4.0, Wireless LAN and A-GPS connectivity.
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