Spice launched their first Android device in the Indian Market, the Spice Mi-300, which is an Android 2.1 ready phone. Now we’re wondering what they mean by Android 2.1 ready! The Mi-300 is one of Spice Mobility’s new range of devices termed “Connected Spice Life”.
The list price of this device in India is Rs. 16,500, but it’s running at a special offer price of Rs.9,990 right now in the stores.
The Mi-300 is a 3G phone which features
- a 3.2″ Capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels
- Powered by a MSM7227™ processor from Qualcomm.
- A 5 Megapixel camera with a LED flash, which records videos in WVGA resolution.
- It’s GPS and A-GPS enabled
- WiFi connectivity.
- For storage, the Mi-300 has 156 MB of internal memory which is expandable upto 32GB using a MicroSD card.
- The phone measures – 114.9mm (H) x 56.8mm (W) x 12.6mm (T)
The Mi-300 is exclusively available across 200+ Spice HotSpot outlets across the top metros and cities across the country as of yesterday. You can get more information about this device from Spice’s product page for the Mi-300.
Stay tuned for more Android devices from Spice, they just announced 2 Android tablets which is coming soon to India as part of the “Connected Spice Life” series. Here’s what to expect from these future Android Tablets from Spice (from their press-release):
The superbly designed Mi-410 Ver. 2.1 impresses most with its High Definition video record and play capability on a large 4.1″ HVGA capacitive display. This Wi-Fi enabled device also has 3G (HSDPA), Bluetooth 3.0 + EDR transferring data at blazing speeds of 24Mbps, AGPS, GMS & MS office to satisfy advanced connectivity needs, and is powered by the Snapdragon MSM8255™ chipset from Qualcomm.
The Mi-700 Ver. 2.2 has a spectacular 7″ HVGA touch screen. This handheld tablet has perfectly balanced virtues of both a mobile and an internet device connecting over Wi-fi, Bluetooth and 2G/ 3G. The high-resolution 7″ screen is remarkably crisp and vivid. Which makes it perfect for web browsing, watching movies, or viewing photos. It’s designed to show off your content in portrait or landscape orientation with every turn. Add to that a hot swap memory card slot, USB data interfaces and Dual camera for video calling, which are absent in even popular tablets currently in the market. The Mi-700 is based on the MSM7227™ chipset from Qualcomm.