The device with 113 x 66 x 10.4 mm (4.45 x 2.60 x 0.41 in) dimension weighs 138 grams. It boasts a 4.5 inches IPS LCD Capacitive touch screen display having 480 x 854 pixels resolution with about 218 ppi densities. The multi-touch device has vibration, MP3, and WAV as alert options. This Karbonn Sparkle V has been tagged at a price of Rs. 5,765.
Storage, Connectivity, Camera, Operating system, Processor, etc:
It offers 4 GB native storage space that can be expanded through micro SD slots up to 32 GB. It has 1 GB RAM, and there is GPRS, EDGE, WLAN (Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot), Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB 2.0 available for connectivity options.
In terms of snappers, the product packs a 5 MP option at the main end with 2592 x 1944 pixel resolution with auto-focus and LED flash for better snapping in low light condition. There is a 2 MP front facing option available as well capable of making videos at 720p. Additionally, there is geo-tagging, touch focus and face detection specs available with the device.
Coming to the platforms, the smartphone plays through Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating system that can be even upgraded to Android 5.0 Lollipop. It packs the Mediatek MT6582 chipset running through quad core Cortex A-7 processor clocked at 1.3 GHz. There is Mali GPU available for improving the graphics quality, and for sensor the device has accelerometer, and proximity options available.
It has SMS, MMS, mail, Push mail, and IM as messaging options, and HTML 5 as the browsing options. The device with GPS has FM radio for the music freaks. You can have Java through Java MIDP emulator. Coming to the playbacks the device brings MP3/AAC/WMA/WAV player, MP4/H.264/H.263 player for you with the system. For application, it has image viewer, image editor, Organizer, document viewer, voice memo, etc. A Lithium Ion 1700 mAh battery powers the whole device that can offer about 160 hours stand by and talk time of about 8 hours.
Playing with Android KitKat that can be even upgraded to Android Lollipop is certainly one of the most exciting parts, though there are many other good parts like sleek interface, decent application lists available.
It could be a much better thing in terms of snappers and offering little more back-up.