- The company said it is launching made in India feature phones
- Karbonn has over 85,000+ retail partners and 850+ service centers across India
Karbonn Mobiles has announced the launch of four new feature phones in India. The four new models namely KX3, KX25, KX26 and KX27, are all priced between Rs 700 to Rs 1000.
Pardeep Jain, MD, Karbonn Mobiles said, “The KX series of feature rich phones is aligned with our brand’s commitment to offer innovative technologies at reasonable price points. We believe customer satisfaction is what matters at the end of the day. We have been serving India with the best of customized phones for the past 10 years and wish to keep the journey going.”
He added, “This new series complements our customer-centric strategy to offer utility services, without compromising on either style or affordability. In our country, a considerable part of the population still uses feature-phones and, therefore, it is important for us to carefully curate products that are in line with their aspirations.”
It is to be noted here that the feature phone marker is lead by the likes of Jio and Lava in India. Jio’s entry into the feature phone market was one of the turning points for this industry here.
Launch around Independence day
“Independence Day is the perfect occasion to celebrate not just our culture but also the progress that we have made all through these years. The launch of Karbonn’s new series is our salute to the country’s growing manufacturing expertise that will help us achieve new milestones in the future,” Jain further added.
The KX3 model comes with 4.5cm display, 800 mAh battery, boom box Speaker, wireless FM radio with recorder, power saving mode, digit read-out and video-music player. Karbonn KX25 packs 1800 mAh battery, 6.1 cm display and features such as FM radio with recording, four LED torch, digital camera and dual SIM card slots.
Jarbonn KX26 comes with a 6.1 cm display, 1450 mAh battery, digital camera, video-music player, boom box speaker and power saving mode. KX27 comes with a 6.1 cm bright display, a 1750 mAh battery, digital camera, BT, video-music player, wireless FM radio with recorder and power saving mode.
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