Airtel partnered Karbonn A40 Indian vs JioPhone
Let’s have a look at Karbonn A40 Indian and how it compares to ₹1,500 JioPhone.
- Karbonn A40 comes with 4-inch display with full touchscreen input instead of the numerical keypad of the JioPhone.
- It runs on Android 7.0 Nougat supporting all Android applications whereas the JioPhone runs on KaiOS with limited app support.
- Airtel phone has dual-SIM card slots unlike the JioPhone.
|Airtel partnered Karbonn A40 Indian
|JioPhone 4G Feature Phone
|Single SIM (locked)
One can own a Karbonn A40 Indian smartphone by making a down-payment for ₹2,899 with no restrictions of lock-in period. The user needs to make specific set of recharges and he will be the sole owner of the handset. Comparing this with JioPhone’s pricing, the 4G feature phone will cost ₹1,500 at the end of three years which clearly states that the handset is in a lock-in period. Also, if one wishes to surrender the handset he/she can do so only after 36 months ie: 3 years. Well, both of them have their own pros and cons so if you are interested for any one of this, make sure to read the terms and conditions carefully.