The popular mobile handset companies including the likes of Lava, Karbonn, and Micromax have considerably grown during the last two years. The unmatched leader in the mobile phone market of India, like Samsung, has been growing its business with the latest Android phones, but with no respite. Estimates and research works suggest that the market share of the multinationals including Samsung, HTC, LG, Nokia in India may decrease from over a third of the business share to 45% in recent future. The competition between Karbonn Titanium Octane Plus and Micromax Canvas Knight A350 has been growing since their official launches. These new brands hold great potential in premium phone sector and will soon shake the mantle off the big players in the market.
Karbonn Titatium Plus has a sharp edged look just like the Nokia Lumia. The dual-sim device has latest Android Version 4.4 Kitkat Operating System which gives the user a comprehensive android experience. Titanium Plus looks quite elegant in both Black and White, and gives a stiff competition to its nearest competitor, the Micromax A350. Knight A350 really looks like a knight with its sturdy body and some extra oomph! With the roar of the positive reviews and its success, this octa-core Smartphone has been challenging all the premium phones which sell at higher price.
Although a difficult comparison, review of Karbonn Titanium Octane Plus and Micromax Canvas Knight A350 does shed some light on their features. The Titanium Plus with its 2 GB RAM and internal storage of 16 GB, provides an easily expandable memory up to 32 Gigabyte. The HD screen resolution of 1080X1920 with 441 pixels per inch makes the phone a smooth walk-in-the-park. On the other hand, with an aluminium body, the Canvas Knight A350 has a 16MP Rear Camera along with OmniVision’s camera-chip sensor.
The co-founder of Micromax, Mr Rahul Sharma, is really optimistic about the new model. He said, “Canvas Knight is another milestone for Micromax to bring the best combination of technology, style and affordability for the masses.” The Octane Plus has LED flash, 16 megapixels, secondary camera, and a battery with 2000 mAh. Whereas Canvass Knight showcases some unique features like frame rate, image size, image processing functions, exposure, gain, and cropping. These attributes are inherent in this model because of the OmniVision sensor. All the minute details about these phones should be reviewed before buying for proper judgement.
Rahul Sharma stated that the launch of the Canvas Knight A350 has yet again raised the bar of affordable innovation in the country. With the Black and Gold model’s price tag of $328.42, this phone will offer stiff competition to premium smartphones. On the other hand, the Titanium Octane Plus has a cheaper price tag of $295.281.
To wrap up the verdict on Karbonn Titanium Octane Plus and Micromax Canvas Knight A350, the performance, design, looks, and price features have to analyzed. While the Octane Plus has nice camera features at a lower price, the design of Canvas Knight A350 is attractive and its performance is awesome. So, if someone can shed that extra bit of money, Micromax Canvas Knight A350 should be the winner.