It looks like a unique battle is going among smartphone manufacturers that who introduces bigger battery at a lesser price point. Going forward in the same war, Karbonn has launched its brand new smartphone for Indian consumers.
Karbonn Alfa A120 is what it’s named and it will be available at the price of 4,590INR. The main attraction in this device is its massive 3,000mAh battery which is said to offer 18 hours of talk time.
No doubt, such marathon battery juice is going to deliver good results, than usual, but it still depends on number of other factors, like CPU and software partnership within the device.
Karbonn Alfa A120 specs
Talking of rest of the specifications, the device holds a 4.5inch WVGA display that is added on IPS panel offering rich visuals at some normal viewing angles. And, do expect it to be as good as of any other device in the competition which is within this price range.
1.3GHz clocked, Dual-Core processor is the processing source within which is an impressive add-on because it won’t be as power hungry as of quad-core or higher processors. 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage are in there, completing the CPU circle.
The storage expansion option is included, supporting maximum storage size of 32GB via microSD card. A 5MP shooter is placed on the back while it also holds a VGA camera at the front.
Dual SIM card support is in there and the device also comes preloaded with native support for 22 different Indian languages. Multi-gesture feature is also said to be part of, which is impressive, seeking the price point.
Android 4.4.2 KitKat is the OS version on which Alfa A120 is running. These are the only details known so far. But, there is hardly anything left to unfold.
I expect it to feature 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS connectivity features.
Today itself, OPPO has launched its affordable smartphone Joy Plus in India for 6,990INR. You should check that out and if you’re searching for best smartphones with 2GB RAM in India, then you should check out our coverage.
Now, at the price of 4,590INR, do you like this device?