Karbonn Intros 10 New Mobile Phone; Plans To Launch Android 3G Smartphones Soon

Karbonn Mobiles, the Indian joint venture between Jaina & United Telelinks the makers of Mobile phones today announced the launch 10 new GSM Mobile Phones that too featured packed and at an affordable cost.

The company has also announced its planning to launch Android powdered 3G smartphone in Indian market at affordable price soon.

Karbonn Mobile’s new GSM handset range comes in a variety of Touch Screen, QWERTY, Dual GSM, Multimedia and Music phones across various affordable price points. The models launched are K1414, K25i, K550i, K424, K343 K316, K111, K11, K514 and K451i and the price range is between Rs.1500 to Rs. 5000.

Karbonn K550i, K424, K343 and K316 are music phones, while the K111, K11 and K514 multimedia rich handsets design for highland users. In addition, the K451i comes with superior long lasting battery backup for Voice and SMS usage.

The K1414 is touchscreen handset which has been sculpted to sport an appealing look while the Wi-Fi enabled K25i comes handy for social networking freaks. It also equipped with a QWERTY keypad to provide easy and smooth messaging experience for its users.

Shashin Devsare, Executive Director, Karbonn Mobiles said “This latest range from Karbonn Mobiles underlines our commitment of driving affordability coupled with great features in the Indian handset market. “We have always believed in listening to consumers needs and ushering in devices to address those needs, and this range is an extension of the same. We are extremely upbeat about the Indian market and are planning to launch 3G smartphones on the Android platform shortly.”

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December 21, 2010 4:28 pm 4:28 PM

Hey ! its not true. me too using samsung wave723 and its working fine. Previously, I was using Nokia N71 along with same operator, sometimes signals fluctuated but now its fine. Hardly I see any signal fluctuation.

December 21, 2010 3:03 pm 3:03 PM

I heard tat samsung wave & Galaxy phones are having poor signal reception is it true??

December 21, 2010 1:34 pm 1:34 PM

yaaa….. dude ! samsung phones are doing much better than nokia. specially in smarphones most of the nokia’s phones cannot compete with samsung.
I m using samsung wave now and its really worth buying for me.

December 21, 2010 12:25 pm 12:25 PM

frnd it seems u hav never tried samsung phones dats y u r praising nokia….

December 21, 2010 11:45 am 11:45 AM

@Keshav Jha
Khud Ka To Bana Nahi Sakte He Isiliye To Jhandu Baam Ban Rahe He…Dum Ho To NOKIA se competetion karke dikhaye hardware aur software ke mamle me… Itne Ghatiya phone he ki pocket me pade pade hi display break ho jaate he yaar…..

Keshav Jha
December 20, 2010 8:10 pm 8:10 PM

Jise dekho Android mobile launch kar raha hai. Android ko to Jhandu Baam bana diya.

December 20, 2010 8:08 pm 8:08 PM
The initial hullabaloo of is dying down, for consumer started learning lessons or rather risks involved in buying cells of the Chinese origin or cells made by Indian firms out of parts imported from China and other southeastern regions! No proper service back ups are available and once goes out of order the roadside shoppers make a mess of them (one of my friends said that he attend to them without guarantee and invariable bypass circuits using “jumpers”. However because of this the branded and established cell makers are facing tacing heat and are therefore bringing down prices !
December 20, 2010 6:31 pm 6:31 PM

Third class chinese phones!!!!!!!!!


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