Karbonn K777 Launched in India for Rs.4,500

Karbonn-K777 Karbonn Mobiles has launched its newest budget mobile phone and as you may have already guessed, it is a dual SIM ready handset. The Karbonn 777 is hoping to make an impression on potential buyers with its sleek and stylish body and all around feature set.

The candy bar styled handset weighs 95g and measures in at 115 X 50 X 10.7 mm. Its 240×320 resolution, 2.4 inch QVGA screen is capable of displaying 262K colours.

When it comes to multimedia, Karbonn has covered its bases and all the basic features are present. There is a 3.2 megapixel camera capable of snapping pictures and recording videos, along with a media player does more than what is required from a budget phone. MP3, MIDI, AMR and WAV audio formats, and MP4 and 3GP video formats are supported. FM player is also included.

Karbonn K77 bundles Opera Mini for browsing the web, however social networking widgets and apps – which are a commonplace these days, are surprisingly absent. Fortunately, more Java apps can be downloaded from the web.

Other significant features include Mobile Tracker, expandable memory up to 8 GB, talktime of 3-3.5 hours and standby time of 250 hours and phonebook memory with up to 2000 contacts.

The K777 is now available for Rs. 4,500.

7 thoughts on “Karbonn K777 Launched in India for Rs.4,500”

  1. Looks gr8 given lack of dual sim phones in Europe Karbonn should get an agent here. given the price!!!

    Is this a 3G phone, do the dual sims operate together on standby?

  2. i heard that karbonn k777 has some problems with charging…is there any other problem…
    i want to buy a mobile around 4000 range ….
    is this the better option or any other…
    plz do suggest..
    thanks in advance

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