Reviews (5.7/10 Avg. rating)
The Karbonn Titanium S6 is a reasonable phone. Although at it’s current price it is out of the running, compared to cheaper devices like the 2014 Motorola Moto E and G or even the new 2015 edition Moto E it is hard to recommend the Titanium S6. Various things like the weird setup of the internal memory and the frustrating software that is pre-installed further back up my inability to recommend the phone.
If Karbonn were to drop the price quite a bit, issue a firmware update to unify the storage and also to issue a firmware update to fix the camera then I might just be able to... Full review
If you’re looking to buy a phone under £150 and having stock Android matters to you, we’d still say give the Sparkle V a miss. It simply doesn’t offer anything new or groundbreaking to warrant your attention over other smartphones in that price bracket.
We thought Android One would represent a major change for entry-level phones, but that’s not how it’s played out and we’re not very impressed. Compare it to something like the recently announced Honor Holly, for instance, and while you have to live without stock Android, features like the cam... Full review