The Wammy Titan 3 Octa is powered by a MediaTek MT6592 octa core processor clocked at 1.7 GHz coupled with a Mali 450 MP GPU. The Wammy Titan 3 Octa is priced at Rs. 14,990/-. The handset comes with Aqua Protect technology, which will cost Rs. 1,500/- extra should you consider going with it. There is also another Rs. 500/- extra for shipping.

Box Contents

The box pack is in line with current Samsung slim packaging. It contains the Wammy Titan 3 Octa Core handset, the battery is a 3200 mAh battery, quick start guide, magnetic flip cover, travel charger, data cable with micro USB pin, earphones (non in-ear) is included in the box pack. Most of the video reviews I’ve seen on the net indicate that it comes with two batteries, but I did not receive an extra one in my box.

Visual Design

The Titan 3 Octa is in fact a duplicate or a clone of Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The build quality is good and the rear side looks like leather but is actually plastic with textures. The volume rockers are to the left, the power button is on the right, micro USB port and mic at the bottom, and a 3.5 mm audio jack on the top. On the rear, there’s a 13 MP camera with LED flash and a 5 MP camera on the front. At the bottom front, there are two touch sensitive navigation buttons and a physical dedicated button in the centre line the ones on Samsung devices.

Dimensions / Display

The screen is 5.7 inches and is a HD IPS-LCD display with OGS Dragon Trail Glass with full lamination and supports a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels (320 PPI) with 16 Million colors and supporting 5 point touch. The touch sensitivity is really good as well as the viewing angles and color reproduction. The handset is 8.81 mm thick and weighs in at about 169 grams.

The Operating System

The handset runs on Android 4.2.2 and is upgradeable to 4.4 KitKat when it becomes available. Though I’m not sure how this would be implemented, either through OTG or through direct service. Either way, you’ll have to wait and see.

Memory / Storage

The device is available in Black and White. I bought the black handset. The device runs on Android 4.2.2 (it is upgradeable to 4.4 Kit Kat when released) with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage. The Micro SD card slot supports SD cards up to about 64 GB. Of the 16 GB internal storage, 1.15 GB is allocated for apps and roughly about 12 GB is for phone storage. Although the handset does not support OTG I was able to connect an iBall Hybrid OTG USB Pen Drive and it worked without any flaws. Maybe the latest handsets coming have been updated for recognizing OTC devices.

Handset Performance

The Wammy Titan 3 Octa performed really well in all departments be it casual usage, browsing internet through Wi-Fi, listening to music, running heavy applications or using benchmarking apps, and playing games. The handset did not show any lags.

Benchmark and Statistics

Benchmark Scores
Application Used
Scores Obtained
AnTuTu 4.4.2
CPU Prime
GPU Bench
III Mark
10102 ms
MultiTouch Tester
5 Points
NenaMark 1
55.7 fps
NenaMark 2
55.8 fps
Quadrant Standard
SQLite Performance
29.423 sec

Games (the fun stuff)

I installed Asphalt 8 and GT Racing 2 and they worked fairly well in high graphics mode. The handset was able to play a lot of the high-end games with relative ease and at high graphics settings.

Video / Camera (front and rear)

The Wammy Titan 3 Octa can play full HD videos. The rear camera is a 13 MP AF camera with LED flash and the front camera is 5 MP. The camera quality is good, but with little grains when pictures are blown up. This shouldn’t be worrying as most people don’t look too closely to pictures. I do feel that they could have gone with a better camera. The rear camera can record FHD videos at 30 fps.

Sound and Music

The audio quality of Wammy Titan 3 Octa is good and there are no issues as far as I could tell with notification/ringtones and music being loud and clear. There was no crackling or hissing sounds that I could make out at high volumes, though I would not do that as it would harm the speakers in the long run.


The battery is of 3200 mAh and should let you comfortably go through your day-to-day activities with ease. However, if you are using CPU-intensive apps or plan on playing games on end, be warned, the battery tends to heat up. When the temperature is above 45 degrees or more, a message will pop-up telling that the battery is over temperature and to remove the battery.

Using the handset for the first time running benchmark apps (with Wi-Fi on) the battery dropped by 11% and max temperature was 43 degrees. Next, I played Asphalt 8 and with auto brightness for 15 minutes the battery dropped by about 10% and the max temperature was 48 degrees. That’s when I got the battery over temperature message.

For normal or average usage, there will be no issues. If you want to play high-end games in hot or humid environments, the battery heats up pretty quickly. The battery does drain fairly quickly when using processor-intensive applications.

Others / Extra

The Wammy Titan 3 Octa is powered accelerometer, magnetic, light, and proximity sensors. The LED notification only supports red color. USB/Bluetooth, WAP, WI-FI (802.11 b/g/n, supports Wi-Fi hotspot), supports Wi-Fi direct, A-GPS, EPO assistance, 3G, WIFI, GPS, FM, Bluetooth, Tethering & Portable Hotspot.

Verdict (at last…)

The Wammy Titan 3 Octa is something that everyone would want from a powerful smartphone. The performance is smooth, camera quality should have been better (but I’ll live with it). 2 GB RAM and 16 GB storage is an added advantage. The dual SIM Wammy Titan 3 Octa handset is available for a price of Rs. 14,990/- and with aqua protect it will cost Rs. 1500/- extra. It’s a very good buy for the price considering its feature. I don’t mind the brand as long as the device works and provides me with what I require. I do feel the camera and battery performance should have been better.

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