There’s a new smartphone out called the Infinium Graphite, manufactured by Videocon, and we’ve decided to put it against similar devices to see how it does. We’ve chosen the Moto G from Motorola and the Karbonn Titanium for this comparison, so let’s see which comes out on top at the end.
Videocon’s device has a very flat design which totally ignores any round concept. The handset features a glass-covered back plate, with the camera positioned in the left corner. Just like the Moto E, the Motorola Moto G comes with a dual grill made of chrome and a 5 inch display that blends with the rest of the device. The same thing can be said about the Titanium Octane which is also a very sturdy device from an ergonomic point of view.
The latter’s 5 inch display uses a 720 x 1280 resolution and a pixel density of 294 ppi. While you could say that the pixel density is acceptable for a screen of its size, the handset has a problem with visibility while under direct sunlight.
Motorola’s Moto G has the same 720 x 1280 resolution, and also shares the Octane’s other characteristics, such as the fact that it doesn’t perform that well under sunlight. Also, both smartphones offer pretty good viewing angles.
The Videocon Infinium on the other hand has a 4.7 inch screen which is bigger than the display units found on the phone’s competitors. However, the resolution it uses is the same, 720 x 1280. The screen has Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection to ensure it won’t crack easy.
According to GSM Arena, the Videocon Graphite features a 1.3 GHz processor that uses 4 cores. The processing unit also benefits from the help of the included 1 GB of RAM, while the Karbonn Octane has an octa core processor clocked at 1.7 GHz and a Mali-450 MP4 GPU. Moto G chose to go with Qualcomm for this one, and uses the Snapdragon 400 SoC with a 1.2 GHz clock speed and supporting 1 GB of RAM.
The camera on the Moto G is also good, with 8 MP allocated, while the Octane has a 13 MP lens. The front facing camera on the Octane is also impressive, with 5 MP. The Infinium Graphite also settles for an 8 MP shooter, which benefits of LED flash and a 5 MP camera on the front as well.
With an 8 MP camera and a 4.7 inch screen, the Videocon Infinium Graphite seems to be on top of things, unless you want to go for the largest camera which is on the Karbonn device, In the end, the decision is yours, but we hope you’ve gotten a better idea of which is better for you after reading this article.
Here are the approximate prices for these devices as they are retailed on the Indian market:
Karbonn Octane – $162
Videocon Infinium Graphite- $171
The Moto G is available on Amazon.com for about $180.