Karbonn Mobiles has launched Karbonn Titanium Jumbo 2 with a large 4000mAh battery in Black, Champagne, and Coffee color variants. Priced at Rs. 3999, the newly launched smartphone will be available on Amazon India with free Airtel cashback offer of Rs. 2000. If you purchase the smartphone, you will be able to avail a monthly pack of Rs. 169 from Airtel, which offers 1GB data per day alongside unlimited calling facility.
The Karbonn Titanium Jumbo 2 features a 5.5-inch HD IPS 2.5D curved glass display, quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB expandable internal storage powered by a 4000mAh battery. The fingerprint sensor integrated into the device helps you to scroll images and access notification bar and privacy options.
While the rear side offers a 13MP sensor with LED Flash, the front camera bears an 8MP sensor. Moreover, the rear camera also provides support for face detection, continuous shot, and panoramic shoot.
To avail cashback benefits, you need to pay Rs. 5999 to purchase the Karbonn Titanium Jumbo 2. You should make recharges worth Rs. 3500 within the first 18 months and another Rs. 3500 for the balance 18 months.
Karbonn is a popular company, which manufacturers budget-friendly smartphones. The mobile service providers are establishing partnerships with companies to attract customers. However, Karbonn devices are not much popular among the community because you will be able to purchase handsets at attractive rates with competing specifications from other manufacturers.
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