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Karbonn Mobiles has announced partnership with Dolby Laboratories to incorporate cinematic Dolby sound in the Karbonn KT81 mobile phone, scheduled to be launched this month.
The KT81 will be the first mobile phone from Karbonn Mobiles to come with Dolby sound. Karbonn Mobiles says the Dolby sound will improve sound quality and listening experience on the new KT81 device. The company aims to target the mobile entertainment enthusiasts with the new KT81 phone.
Speaking of specifications, the forthcoming Karbonn KT81 will feature a 3.2-inch capacitive screen with Haptic Touch interface. The device will also have a 3.2MP camera, and ability to install apps which will be available through Karbonn's own app store called 'K-store'. The phone has FM Radio with recording capability as well.
Moreover, the Karbonn KT81 will also have pre-installed applications like YouTube, Nexgtv for live TV Viewing. For connectivity, the device will support GPRS and Edge. The Karbonn KT81 will come with a 1,000mAh battery.
There's no official word on pricing, but it is expected be around Rs. 5,000
News about a Karbonn KT81 phone comes days after the company started taking pre-orders for its first tablet called SmartTab 1. Priced at Rs. 6,990, the new Karbonn tablet features a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen along with a 3D gravity sensor for better gaming experience. It runs on Android 4.0.3 OS and is powered by a 1.2 GHz processor. To know more about the new Karbonn tablet, read our previous coverage here.