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The Indian Express

Good option for its price

Karbonn Titanium Mach One

from The Indian Express

The overall experience with the device is good and people who cannot go beyond Rs 7,000 can consider the Karbonn Titanium Mach One.

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The overall experience with the device is good and people who cannot go beyond Rs 7,000 can consider the Karbonn Titanium Mach One.

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Coolsmartphone

A reasonable phone

Karbonn Titanium S6

from Coolsmartphone

The Karbonn Titanium S6 is a reasonable phone. Although at it’s current price it is out of the running, compared to cheaper devices like the 2014 Motorola Moto E and G or even the new 2015 edition Moto E it is hard to recommend the Titanium S6. Various things like the weird setup of the internal memory and the frustrating software that is pre-installed further back up my inability to recommend the phone....

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The Karbonn Titanium S6 is a reasonable phone. Although at it’s current price it is out of the running, compared to cheaper devices like the 2014 Motorola Moto E and G or even the new 2015 edition Moto E it is hard to recommend the Titanium S6. Various things like the weird setup of the internal memory and the frustrating software that is pre-installed further back up my inability to recommend the phone.

If Karbonn were to drop the price quite a bit, issue a firmware update to unify the storage and also to issue a firmware update to fix the camera then I might just be able to recommend it.

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Digit

We used this phone so you don't have to

Karbonn Titanium Mach One

from Digit

There’s a reason why simply copying a design is not enough to make a good smartphone. There’s a lot that goes into making devices today and the Titanium Mach One is one of the worst that we’ve seen so far. So, with all of the above in mind, if you were planning to buy this smartphone, then don’t.

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There’s a reason why simply copying a design is not enough to make a good smartphone. There’s a lot that goes into making devices today and the Titanium Mach One is one of the worst that we’ve seen so far. So, with all of the above in mind, if you were planning to buy this smartphone, then don’t.

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Digit

One of the worst that we’ve seen so far

Karbonn Titanium S9

from Digit

There’s a reason why simply copying a design is not enough to make a good smartphone. There’s a lot that goes into making devices today and the Titanium Mach One is one of the worst that we’ve seen so far. So, with all of the above in mind, if you were planning to buy this smartphone, then don’t. You have other, much better options in the Lenovo A6000 and even the newly launched Moto E, which is coming to India soon.

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There’s a reason why simply copying a design is not enough to make a good smartphone. There’s a lot that goes into making devices today and the Titanium Mach One is one of the worst that we’ve seen so far. So, with all of the above in mind, if you were planning to buy this smartphone, then don’t. You have other, much better options in the Lenovo A6000 and even the newly launched Moto E, which is coming to India soon.

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The Mobile Indian

Delivers what it promises and is definitely a good product at its current price

Karbonn Titanium Mach One

from The Mobile Indian

Currently, the Mach One is available for about Rs 6,500 at which it is definitely a good bargain. It looks good and is quite fast. Battery back up and camera quality is quite satisfactory too. In short, Karbonn Titanium Mach One is bang for the buck.

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Currently, the Mach One is available for about Rs 6,500 at which it is definitely a good bargain. It looks good and is quite fast. Battery back up and camera quality is quite satisfactory too. In short, Karbonn Titanium Mach One is bang for the buck.

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GSM Dome

Good performance, solid design

Karbonn Titanium S6

from GSM Dome

this phone doesn’t exactly have a good camera and tends to overheat, plus it has bloatware, but you may be willing to forgive that for a sub $200 price tag. It’s good enough to take Facebook-worthy pictures, it has a Galaxy S4-style design and maybe with a change of launcher it works better.

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this phone doesn’t exactly have a good camera and tends to overheat, plus it has bloatware, but you may be willing to forgive that for a sub $200 price tag. It’s good enough to take Facebook-worthy pictures, it has a Galaxy S4-style design and maybe with a change of launcher it works better.

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TrustedReviews

Cheap and runs on pure Android

Karbonn Sparkle V

from TrustedReviews

If you’re looking to buy a phone under £150 and having stock Android matters to you, we’d still say give the Sparkle V a miss. It simply doesn’t offer anything new or groundbreaking to warrant your attention over other smartphones in that price bracket.

We thought Android One would represent a major change for entry-level phones, but that’s not how it’s played out and we’re not very impressed. Compare it to something like the recently announced Honor Holly, for instance, and while you have to live without stock Android, features like the camera and display are so much better.

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If you’re looking to buy a phone under £150 and having stock Android matters to you, we’d still say give the Sparkle V a miss. It simply doesn’t offer anything new or groundbreaking to warrant your attention over other smartphones in that price bracket.

We thought Android One would represent a major change for entry-level phones, but that’s not how it’s played out and we’re not very impressed. Compare it to something like the recently announced Honor Holly, for instance, and while you have to live without stock Android, features like the camera and display are so much better.

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NDTV

Reasonable performance, poor camera

Karbonn Titanium Mach One

from NDTV

Despite the reasonably good performance and decent design, we aren't too keen on the entire package. The biggest letdown is the performance of the camera, and no number of advertisements shoved at consumers during ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is going to prove otherwise.

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Despite the reasonably good performance and decent design, we aren't too keen on the entire package. The biggest letdown is the performance of the camera, and no number of advertisements shoved at consumers during ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is going to prove otherwise.

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GSM Dome

Pleasant Android One surprise, pretty good camera and Nexus-like experience

Karbonn Sparkle V

from GSM Dome

Karbonn Sparkle V gets from us an 8.8 for design, a 9.3 for hardware and a 9.7 for OS and UI. The final grade is 9.26 out of 10 and this one is certainly a must buy model for less than $100. It’s a fast phone, with fluid interface, surprisingly good camera and OK battery for its price range.

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Karbonn Sparkle V gets from us an 8.8 for design, a 9.3 for hardware and a 9.7 for OS and UI. The final grade is 9.26 out of 10 and this one is certainly a must buy model for less than $100. It’s a fast phone, with fluid interface, surprisingly good camera and OK battery for its price range.

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Fone Arena

Smooth performance, decent build quality

Karbonn Sparkle V

from Fone Arena

Overall, the Karbonn Sparkle V is a decent budget smartphone running stock Android in this price range. It doesn’t have matte back like the Canvas A1 or the Spice Dream UNO and comes with more pre-loaded third-party apps. At a new price tag of Rs. 5,999, if you can compromise on the display, camera and the battery life for the lag-free performance and the pure Android experience, go for it.

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Overall, the Karbonn Sparkle V is a decent budget smartphone running stock Android in this price range. It doesn’t have matte back like the Canvas A1 or the Spice Dream UNO and comes with more pre-loaded third-party apps. At a new price tag of Rs. 5,999, if you can compromise on the display, camera and the battery life for the lag-free performance and the pure Android experience, go for it.

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ell i brought this phone in july at first it was looking good but then after using it for few days i came to know it is not upto mark well looks wise its great but build quality is cheap, the screen is good in low light condition but outdoor you can hardly see anything ,the speakers are good and even...More
ell i brought this phone in july at first it was looking good but then after using it for few days i came to know it is not upto mark well looks wise its great but build quality is cheap, the screen is good in low light condition but outdoor you can hardly see anything ,the speakers are good and even headphones are good,it has 16 gb internal out of which 8gb is for user and 5 gb for apps which only include apks,the 16mp camera is not even as good as 8mp of branded company,while the selfie camera is great as compared to others,the 2 gb rams handle multitasking easily but then it heats up a lot at near camera and so multitasking is of no use,the battery is horrible it not even last for a day by normal use,and now as most important aspect people look for nowadays is after sales service is pathetic i have given my phone for camera and sensor problems in october 4 and till now that is 23 of november i have not received my phone you will just get same reply from company ever now and then and it will never be repaired so take it at your own risk Less

I don't like service of karbonn

Karbonn A29

model have touch screen problem.plz don't purchase it.

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