Spice Mi 410 runs on Android 2.2 and has a number of pre-loaded free applications such as one from Indian Railways. It will be available exclusively at Spice Hotspots across the country.
He further said that Mi 410 has a 4.1 inch touchscreen display and that it is powered by Qualcomm's 1 GHz Snapdragon processor.
On the connectivity front, Spice Mi 410 supports 3.5G, HSPA, Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS and AGPS. Besides, it supports Google messaging service along with push mail. The handset has a 5 megapixel camera.
Spice Mi 410 can also act like a Wifi hotspot to support up to five Wifi enabled devices.
Spice had intended to launch Mi 410 with Android 2.1 last year but, according to Modi, its plans were delayed because the company was working on adding new features to the handset and wanted to release it with Android 2.2.
Mi-300 is an Android 2.1 based phone with an 8 cm capacitive touchscreen. It has support for 3.5G and HSPA. The handset has a 5 mega pixel camera, Wifi, GPS and AGPS. Spice Mi-310, on the other hand, is based on Android 2.2, and has GPS, AGPS and Wifi hotspot functionality.
Spice has reduced the price of its entry level Mi-270 to Rs 3,399. It is a dual SIM touchscreen Android handset.
Spice Mi280 is priced at Rs 5,123 and comes with a 2.8 inch screen, 650 MHz processor, and Android Gingerbread.
Spice has decided not to launch MI 700 Android tablet in India, and will instead launch an improved version of the MI 720 tablet.
The dual camera phone will be based on Android 2.1, with a 3.7 inch capacitive screen, and it will be powered by a 600 MHz processor.
Spice will launch devices in the range of Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000 so that people from different strata of society can buy them.