The phone is a very basic Android phone with 3.2 inch screen, 2 MP camera, and 650 MHz processor.
Spice Mobile has silently launched another low cost Android smartphone, named as the Spice Mi 320. The phone is available from Saholic.com for Rs 4,899.
The phone is based on Android 2.3, and runs on a 650 MHz processor and has 256 MB RAM. The phone also has a 3.2 inch capacitive touch screen, 2 megapixel camera, and a 1200 mAH battery.
Other common features like 3G, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth are all there in the smartphone except for proximity sensor and a front facing camera. Spice is also giving free Netquin antivirus with this phone to protect the phone against virus, theft etc.
However, the phone looks like it is a dated product and does not have the features that the current crops like the Micromax Ninja 3.5, which offers 3.5 inch screen and 1 Ghz processor and is priced at Rs 4,900 offer.
Given that Micromax has priced its latest Android phones starting at Rs 3,800 with its Smarty A25, though the Spice Mi 320 is better than the Smarty, it certainly is not even close to Ninja 3.5 which is priced at the same level.
The smartphone is available for Rs 8,499 and comes in two Slate Grey and Steel Blue colours.
The phone comes with a metallic finish and is said to be exclusively designed by a London based design house.
Spice Stellar 431 runs on Android 4.4 operating system and is powered by 1 GHz Dual Core.
Not only this handset offers the Android KitKat operating system but it comes with built-in analog TV.
Spice Android One H is armed with a 4.5 inch display, quad core processor and 1 GB RAM.
The Spice Stellar MI 520n is equipped with a 1.3 GHz quad core processor and a 5 inch IPS display offering high definition resolution.
The Spice Stellar 362 offers bare minimum features like 256 MB RAM and 2 GB ROM.
There are plenty of Android KitKat based smartphones under Rs 5,000.
The Spice Stellar 518 is available for Rs 7,799 in Grey and Black colours.
The Spice Stellar 524 has decent features that make it quite attractive in the sub-Rs 10,000 segment.