dtsDTS, Inc. a leader in high-definition audio solutions and audio enhancement technologies, today announced that Karbonn Mobiles, India’s leading mobile brand, will be integrating DTS Sound into its flagship multimedia phone, the Karbonn A15+.

DTS Sound improves the audio quality of a mobile device by delivering an immersive surround sound experience with an expanded soundstage, breathtaking clarity and enhanced bass. This announcement reaffirms Karbonn’s commitment to bringing top-notch sound quality to its flagship smartphone devices, a pre-requisite to the youth oriented market, which demands top-class phonic output from their devices. This collaboration also reiterates DTS’ commitment to delivering technologies that help support the delivery of incredible sounding CE products to emerging markets.

Shashin Devsare, executive director, Karbonn, commented, “Karbonn’s endeavor is to offer our products with the latest innovative features and provide consumers with the very best possible experience. The collaboration with DTS to integrate DTS Sound into our A15+ multimedia smartphone will help us provide customers with a product that delivers outstanding audio performance, allowing them to enjoy their favorite content with enhanced quality. We seek to create a benchmark in the acoustically inspired smartphone market of the country and bring a new level of sound output to the consumer.”

“We are excited to be working with Karbonn Mobiles to expand DTS’ presence in one of the world’s fastest-growing mobile markets,” said Bob Lyle, vice president, business development, mobile at DTS. “We designed DTS Sound to be easily integrated into new products, and our network of engineers around the globe allows DTS to easily work with mobile partners, like Karbonn, to not only ensure that their products leave the factory with impressive sound quality, but deliver an entertainment experience worthy of wearing the DTS name.”

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