Micromax Canvas Turbo A250
Micromax Canvas Turbo A250 (credit: Micromax Mobile/Facebook)

Bengaluru based Karbonn Mobiles on Thursday launched the much anticipated full HD smartphone Titanium X in India.

By launching the feature-rich Titanium X, Karbonn has come up with a worthy adversary to its local rival Micromax, which recently launched Canvas Turbo A250 in India.

Both the devices have similar specifications with subtle differences in the features, both in terms of physical appearance as well as internal hardware. The devices might catch the eye of prospective buyers looking for affordable full HD smartphone with high-end specifications,.

Here is brief description of the Micromax Turbo A250 and Karbonn Titanium X:


Micromax's Canvas Turbo A250 sports a full HD display with 441 ppi pixel density and boasts of CGS (Continuous Grain Solution) technology.

Whereas, Karbonn smartphone too flaunts a similar full HD display with One Glass Screen technology to withstand daily wear and tear.

Processor, RAM & Storage:

In terms of power, both the devices stand out even as they pack similar quad-core chipset with 1.5GHz speed.

However, they differ with RAM and storage capacity. On one hand, Micromax Canvas Turbo boasts of a sumptuous 2GB and 16GB inbuilt memory, but lacks microSD card slot, a minor disadvantage for those people who like to store movies in their smartphone.

On the other hand, Titanium X loses a point for featuring low physical memory compared to its rival, but 1GB RAM is good enough to multi-task and run power-guzzling games with ease. It features 16GB storage memory and houses a microSD card (up to 32GB).

Micromax Canvas Turbo A250 (credit: Micromax Mobile/Facebook)
Micromax Canvas Turbo A250 (credit: Micromax Mobile/Facebook)

Operating System:

In this department, both the phones score even points as they run on the same platform Android v4.2 Jelly Bean.


Canvas Turbo A250 and Titanium X house same camera specification, but despite that, Micromax phone triumphs over the Karbonn device as the former boasts of smartcamera based gesture control features as well as a rich photography editing tool - Camerazzi featuring object eraser, 360-degree Panorama capture and Cinemagraph.

Both smartphones flaunt a 13.0-megapixel main camera and a 5.0-megapixel front-facing camera; only physical difference between the two is that Karbonn Titanium X boasts a dual-LED flash on the rear side and a single LED-flash on the front, a feature which is very rare in any conventional smartphone in the market.

Karbonn Titanium X (Credit: Karbonn Mobiles)
Karbonn Titanium X (Credit: Karbonn Mobiles)


Micromax's Canvas Turbo's price is currently hovering around ₹18,000, while the Karbonn's newly unveiled is expected to hit the market shortly for ₹18,490.

Key specifications of Micromax Canvas Turbo A250 and Karbonn Titanium X:


Micromax Canvas Turbo A250

Karbonn Titanium X


5.0-inch IPS full HD (1920x1080p) LCD display with CGS (Continuous Grain Silicon) technology and boasts pixel density close to 441 ppi (pixels per inch)

5.0-inch full HD (1920x1080p) IPS display with One Glass Screen technology


Android v4.2.1 Jelly Bean

Android v4.2 Jelly Bean


MediaTek quad-core processor with 1.5GHz CPU speed

(Chipset: MT6589T)

1.5GHz quad-core processor




Storage capacity

16GB(non-expandable memory)

16GB, expandable up to 32GB


Main: 13-megapixel camera with auto-focus, flash support and is capable of recording full HD video

Front: 5.0-megapixel camera

Main: 13.0-megapixel camera with dual LED flash, auto-focus

Front: 5.0-megapixel camera with flash


2000 mAh;

Talk time: up to 7 hours;

Standby time: 105 hours

2300 mAh;

Talk time: up to 6 hours;

Standby time: 240 hours





Dual-SIM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.0, micro-USB v2.0, metal shell.

Single SIM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, microSD card slot, NFC


128.3 x 71 x 8.6 mm

143.9 x 70.5 x 9.9 mm



143 g


Around ₹18,000/-


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