Karbonn K10

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Shades Black
OS NA
Internal Storage 259KB
Display Size 2.0 inch
Rear Camera 1.3 MP
Front Camera
Primary Rear Camera 1.3 Mega Pixels
Battery Standard Li-ion 900mAh
Processor NA

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Announced April, 2010
Form Factor Bar
Box Content Charger, Handsfree, USB Cable
Shades Black
OS NA
Languages English
Processor & Sound
Processor NA
Display
Display Colours 65000
Touchscreen
Display Resolution (H) 320 pixels
Display Resolution (V) 240 pixels
Display Size 2.0 inch
SenseUI
Multi-Touch
Handwriting Recognition
Scratch Resistant
Display Type TFT
Cameras
Rear Camera 1.3 MP
Camera Resolution 1280x960 pixels
Front Camera
GeoTagging
Face Detection
Smile Detection
Auto Focus
Primary Rear Camera 1.3 Mega Pixels
RAM & Storage
Call Log Yes
Memory Card Supports up to 8GB
Phonebook Capacity Yes
Internal Storage 259KB
Dimensions & Weight
Height 111 mm
Width 57 mm
Thickness 13 mm
Weight 95 gms
Battery Size & Backup
Maximum Standby Time 200.00 hours
Maximum Talktime 2.50 hours
Battery Standard Li-ion 900mAh
Internet & Connectivity
Infrared
HSCSD
Bluetooth Yes
WAP NA
USB
Handsfree
GPS
A-GPS
Networks NA
GPRS Yes
Data Speed NA
EDGE No
2G Network GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz
3G Network No
Wi-Fi No
Features
Java Yes
Calendar
Voice Dialing
Voice Memo
Sync
SyncML
Clock
Alarm Clock
Organiser
In-built Torch
Office Applications
Trackball
Other Features -
Entertainment
Radio
Music Player
Video Player
Voice Recording
Image Viewer
Video Recording
3.5mm Jack/Port
Games Yes
Ringtones
Vibration
Ringtones Polyphonic, MIDI
Messaging
T9 Dictionary
QWERTY Keypad
Messaging SMS, MMS, E-mail
Sensors
Accelerometer Sensor

Karbonn K10 Review

29 Jan, 13 06:45 PM

Overview

Clone of Blackberry

Overview of Karbonn K10

The Karbonn K10 may be deemed as a clone of the Blackberry but it is a pretty adequate clone nonetheless—at least for those who couldn’t afford the Blackberry. Brand and make aside, the handset has most of what we need in a mobile phone. We get the usual messaging and connectivity function as well as the entertainment function. Here we talk about some of the distinct aspects of the Karbonn K10 let’s see if this would do for you.

Karbonn K10 Telephony and Phonebook

If there’s anything that the Karbonn K10 has that Blackberry doesn’t (and that’s already a great feat), that would be the Karbonn’s dual SIM capabilities. Now you can use two different networks on a single phone and enjoy the perks of both. Too bad, the Karbonn does not allow us to take advantage this feature to its optimum in terms of talk-time as the K10 merely last for 2.5 hours. Worse, the charging time is really long; it could take up to 4 hours to make it fully charged.

Karbonn K10 Connectivity Options

The K10 also has the usual connectivity options that most phones have even during the pre-smart phones stage. It has a USB interface that syncs well with PC.

Messaging and Emails

Like the Blackberry, the Karbonn K10 can be connected to the internet allowing the expansion of its messaging capabilities to not be limited to text messaging. It has built-in support for Facebook, Twitter, eMSN, and eBuddy and it also allows you to download an email client of your choice.

Karbonn K10 Camera and Image Quality

For a Blackberry Curve clone, you can’t really expect a lot about the K10’s image quality. Its 2.0 TFT LCD display is even smaller than Blackberry Curve 8520 but similarly, the resolution is 320 x 240 pixels. When it comes to camera, you have to make do with a 1.3 megapixel.

User Interface and Comfort to Use

Navigation with the Karbonn K10 is quite simple. It does have the same menu layout as a Blackberry. The shortcuts are at the bottom of desktop wallpaper and you have to option to change profiles to menu icons, much like its idol. The only difference is the submenu which finally tells us that the handset is in no way going to be Blackberry. It has a Java OS and its response time can be a bit frustrating after all. Not to mention, there are no dedicated keys for some important multimedia functions such as the camera and the music player.

Karbonn K10 Design and Build Quality

Karbonn K10 also uses Blackberry’s famous QWERTY keypad—only, this one’s significantly smaller; you could barely type on it. But you could get use to the ordeal and soon you would find using it increasingly easier.

Distinctive Features of Karbonn K10

Aside from its dual SIM capabilities, another distinctive feature that you wouldn’t believe it has a decent 259 KB internal memory expandable to up to 8 GB. Now that’s a load of applications, music and videos you can run through the handset.

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