Look around yourself. If you are in a public gathering, a function or an event, chances are there is somebody, either solo or in a group posing with their lips pouting in front of their mobile camera taking a selfie. A culture that would have been termed downright self obsessed a few years ago is the new trend today. Numerous digital marketing campaigns have seen selfies become an integral part of the planning process and now gradually we are moving towards products that are largely designed keeping the selfie trend in mind.
HTC did it with the M8 where the front facing camera crammed more mega pixels than the rear camera, Gionee did it with the E7 with an 8 MP front facing shooter and now Karbonn is following the lead with the Titanium S19, a phone that according to the PR from the company is set to redefine the ‘art of selfie’.
As expected the USP of the device is around its front facing camera which is a 5 MP lens with IR film to help take fine selfies. Not just this, the phone has a few dedicated modes to help you with your selfies such as Voice Capture and Live Photo Mode. The front facing camera is also capable of recording 1080 P videos. The front facing camera has a F2.0 aperture to help you click selfies even in low lighting sceneries.
The rear camera is a 13 MP unit with Sony’s sensor in there. The phone features a 5 inch HD IPS display. The phone is powered by a 1.3 GHz Quad Core SoC, the manufacturer of the same is undisclosed, with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. There is a Micro SD slot for expansion here. The phone supports active Dual SIM cards and has other regular connectivities such as 3G, GPS, Wifi, Bluetooth etc present. The Android version on the phone is 4.4, KitKat.