Spice has finally launched its successor to MI-300 Android phone. Spice Mi-410 will be available in Spice Hotspots from first week of June at a price of Rs 15000. This by the way is a re-branded Huawei phone. With 4.1 inch screen and a 1 GHz processor Spice MI-410 joins our growing list of the gigahertz club.
- Screen size : 4.1 inch Touch screen with 480×800 pixel resolution
- Qualcomm 1GHz snapdragon processor
- 3.5G HSPA, WI-Fi, Bluetooth V3.0, GPS along with AGPS, USB
- 5 Mega pixel Camera
- Andriod 2.2
- Acts like Wi-Fi hotspot, it can support up to 5 Wi-Fi devices
- USB tethering support( it acts as a modem to access the internet when you connect it to the computer or laptop)
- Comes with lot of free applications, including one from Indian Railways
- Supports Google message service along with push mail
- High definition video record
I understand that the manufacturing part and most of the design part is left to the Taiwanese makers. But why do we need a re-branded versions of something which was already launched. Micromax A60 was re-branded ZTE Penguin which was fine because ZTE didn’t launch it India and A60 came with an attracting price point. Not the same case with Spice MI 410. And the announcement of the mobile and the launch are separated by eight months. That’s a long period in the gadget world.