by February 18, 2014 0 comments

It is easy on hands and has a bright, crisp and well detailed 1920×1080 pixels display. The screen is bright and sharp but excessive reflections on the glass distract from the overall experience. The phone may be sleek but its round and curvy edges make it slightly heavier than the competition. The dual-facing cameras are merely good for daylight shooting while the low-light capability of the phone is average to say the least.

The dual LED flash is a decent addition on the Titanium X but it misses out on the actual purpose and merely improves the image quality. Just like the Canvas Turbo, Titanium X has its own storage issue which gets limited to 16 GB internal only and for expansion up to 32 GB one has to make use of OTG support instead of the usual microSD slot owing to the non-removable rear cover of the Titanium X.

We did observe a few lag issues mainly while multi-tasking and playing heavy games which was not a pleasant experience but when used moderately the phone did not post much of a problem, which is not acceptable for a device priced around 20k mark. The phone delivers battery life of just over a day which is rather common these days with smartphones and with the full HD display, the actual life of the phone can vary accordingly depending on your usage.

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