WickedLeak Wammy Titan 2 Smartphone with Quad-core Processor Debuts
We have gazed companies ordinarily bears heir apparent to their devices, after a hiatus of a few time. This is not the instance with small domestic players. WickedLeak have executed the same, and they lead the latest WickedLeak Wammy Titan 2 with the upgraded specifications. The first Wammy Titan launched two months ago. The Titan 2 emerged on the web, before the official launch, and finally device is primed to begin shipping. Over the Wammy Titan, Wammy Titan 2 comes up with upgraded processor.
It has a 5.3-inch HD IPS capacitive touch screen, which supports 960×540 pixels resolution. The latest devices can be considered as stronger competitor to the Micromax A116 Canvas HD. Though the device has a bit larger screen, and lower resolution, which puts balls in court, against the Wammy Titan 2. Though the camera is not going to disgruntle you as it has a 12MP camera, copulated with LED flash and auto focus. The front-facing camera can capture a better quality image as it is of 5MP and video calling will be also pretty clear. Overall the phone seems an affable package.
Specifications of WickedLeak Wammy Titan 2
- 5.3-inch HD IPS multi-touch capacitive touchscreen
- 1.2GHz MT6589 Quad-core processor
- 12MP front-camera, 5MP rear camera
- WiFi, GPS, A-GPS, micro USB 2.0, 3G and Bluetooth support
- 4GB internal storage, 1GB RAM supports up to 32GB MicroSD card
- 2,300 mAh battery
The price of Wammy Titan is also restrained. Preceding the smartphone was selling at Rs. 13,000, and now it would be available for just Rs. 11,000, which is visibly decline of Rs. 2000.
Wammy Titan vs Wammy Titan 2 Difference Comparison
Wammy Titan had a 5-5-inch Super qHD capacitive 5 point multi-touch screen. There is a 1.2GHz MTK6577 Dual-core processor and 8MP camera. There is a 2MP front camera available on the front. What makes it incongruous, is that Wammy Titan had a stylus, which will be not available in Wammy Titan 2. The screen was 5.5-inch, and now it is 5.3-inch, the processor is upgraded from dual-core to quad-core; hence a better performance can be presumed.