Karbonn Mobiles announced the launch of 13-MP selfie camera-phone Karbonn Titanium Frames S7 in India. Priced at INR 6,999, the phone is exclusively available on Shopclues.
Customers opting for Airtel network with the Karbonn Titanium Frames S7 will receive a cashback worth Rs. 2,000. Similarly, a 10 percent discount will be given to customers purchasing the smartphone through IndusInd Bank or Standard Chartered Bank Credit or Debit Cards. Customers making the payment through MobiKwik will also receive SuperCash worth Rs. 2,100.
For the Airtel cashback offer, customers need to make 36 continuous monthly recharges of Rs. 199. After the first 18 months of purchase, the telecom will offer Rs. 500 to Karbonn Titanium Frames S7 users, while the remaining Rs. 1,500 balance will be available after completing the mandatory 36-month period.
The Karbonn Titanium Frames S7 packs a 5.5-inch Full HD IPS display with 1080 x 1920 pixels screen resolution, 401 PPI pixel density and display is protected with 2.5 Curved Glass. Highlight of smartphone is 13 mega-pixel cameras on both rear as well as front panel, both supported with LED flash and auto-focus. Powered by Quad core chipset with clock speed 1.45GHz. Processor is paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage which can be increased further by using a memory card. Titanium Frames S7 is backed by a 3000mAH battery.
Frames S7 runs on Android Nougat OS, supports Dual SIMs and also comes with VoLTE support. It has an on-board fingerprint sensor as well, mounted on the back side of smartphone. It is available in three colour options namely Champagne Gold, Timeless Black and The Bold Red. Handset weighs 154gm including the battery weight.
“Our latest offering is targeted towards the millennials who like to have a smartphone which is not just a high performance device but a one stop solution for their daily needs. Titanium Frames S7 is a smart device power packed with unique value added services, launch offers benefits and pricing like never before,” said Shashin Devsare, Executive Director, Karbonn Mobiles, in a press statement.