Pros and Cons of Karbonn A9 Plus

Posted on Aug 12 2013 - 11:17pm by Bibin Varghese

Here we are listing some of the pros and cons of Karbonn A9 Plus which got from some buyers. The design of A9 Plus resembles to the iPhone but the similarity ends there, we have noticed some common technical issues and is listed below. The benchmark of this handset is more than Canvas 2 but the phone is not that good in real life usage.
pros and cons of Karbonn A9 plus

Pros and Cons of Karbonn A9 Plus

Pros

  • High specification at low price, worthy of money
  • Responsive touch and good processing speed
  • Design similar to iPhone
  • Camera quality is up to mark
  • Inbuilt Photo Editing App
  • Faster data processing
  • Clear Display and Sleek Design
  • Sound quality and Music experience are appreciable in all ways

Cons

  • Less Battery Back-up, will not last half day if used with Wifi or data connection
  • Only 2 Multi-touch points
  • Some icons fonts are faded may be due to low picture density
  • 3.5mm audio jack does not function properly with external devices
  • Touch screen misbehaves when charger is plugged in
  • Delay in GPS connectivity with Satellite
  • Back Cover is squeaky
  • Poor viewing angle
  • RAM available: 396MB, multitasking is a dream
  • Internal Storage available is only 581MB
  • Rear camera is not HD
  • The Karbonn Customer Care Service is not responding; some toll free numbers are even dead [Off topic]

Most of the buyers reported about the misbehavior of phone during charging, we will find out solution for these and soon be posted. Keep in touch with digizoop for further assistance.

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