Micromax Canvas HD A116 Vs Karbonn S1 Titanium :Which is Better Quad Core Smartphone


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As we all know how Indian Gadgets Market are flooded with low-budget Android smartphone ,Micromax & Karbonn are some of those who are responsible for this . Micromax Canvas 2 and Karbonn A21 with Dual core processor are the smartphones which done a great business in year 2012 and still going great . But this not ends here , 1 week ago Micromax announced his upcoming Canvas smartphone , Micromax Canvas HD A116 sported with Quad Core Processor priced under Rs 15,000 and yesterday Karbonn also unveiled this quad-core handset ,Karbonn S1 Titanium priced at  Rs 13,000 ( Now available at Rs 10,990 ) . So both the handset are competing each other and yet to be arrived in the market . So today we are here for comparing both the handset and let’s see which is better in its specifications and features ..

 Micromax A116 canvas HD Or Karbonn S1

Micromax Canvas HD Vs Karbonn S1 Titanium :

Canvas is a 5 inch display series ,so Micromax Canvas HD sported a 5 inch HD touch screen having a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels where Karbonn S1 Titanium comes with 4.5 inch High QHD Multi-touch display with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels which is quite competing but clearly here Canvas HD wins . Both the handset runs on 1.2 Ghz Quad Core processors with same 1 GB of RAM . If we talk about their internal memory again both the handset have same internal memory ( 4 GB ) but S1 external memory can be extended up to 32 GB where MMX A116 memory can be extended up to 64 GB . This will be the plus point for A116 .

A 8 MP camera is installed on the Canvas HD where on the other hand Karbonn S1 has a 5 MP rear facing camera . Both the handset having front facing camera and also both handset having DUAL SIM connectivity . Again both handset running on same 4.1 Jelly Bean Android OS . This time Micromax powered this device with a 2100 mAh battery where earlier canvas 2 having 2000 mAh battery but Karbonn S1 powered with having a 1600 mAh battery which is quite lesser than A116 but both will perform equally since 5 inch smartphone need more power than a 4.5 inch handset .

S we have prepared a table through which you can compare the both the devices easily .

 Specifications & Features  Micromax Canvas HD A116  Karbonn S1 Titanium
 Operating System  4.1 Jelly Bean Android OS  4.1 Jelly Bean Android OS
 Display  5 Inch HD Multi-Touch Display  4.5 High QHD Multi-Touch Display
 Processor  1.2 GHz Quad Core Processor  1.2 GHz Quad Core Processor
 Camera  8 MP Rear & 1.5 MP Front Camera  5MP Rear & Digital Front Camera
 Memory  4GB Internal & up to 64 GB External  4GB Internal & up to 32 GB External
 RAM  1GB  1GB
 Battery 2100 mAh 1600 mAh
 Price  Under Rs 15,000  Under Rs 10,900


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So if we look on to the above table Micromax Canvas HD is clearly beating Karbonn S1 Titanium in specifications But if you are looking for a shorter display size and a little price conscious than you can go for Karbonn S1 as there is difference of Rs 2,000 ( Rs 4000 ) in the price of both the handset .

Update : Hi Guys Karbonn S1 titanium is now available for Buy Online at a price of Rs 10,990 as announced on its official website . So this may be great move by Karbonn to enhance their sales ,since they are providing a less specification handset in comparison to MMX Canvas HD  & now slashed their prices and launched their handset in the market(  first Quad core handset ) .But Micromax Still thinking & preparing plans . Hope Micromax watching this and soon launch his Quad Core handset in the market with a slashed price . Will update here as soon as any confirmation comes .

Both handset will be available for online buying with in 1-2 week on various online stores . What you think which one is better ?

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