The Spice Stellar Glide Mi-438 is the newest 3G-enabled smartphone for India and it is all set to go up for sale for a very affordable price of Rs 5,199. The manufacturer says that the device has been approved by Google Labs and it even conducted multiple tests like CTS, GTS and CTS Verifier to acquire the GMS certification for the search engine giant’s mobile services.
Coming to the specifications of the Spice Stellar Glide Mi-438, it sports a 4-inch OGS touchscreen on the front panel and according to the company, it is thinner than a regular capacitive display. Accompanying the screen is a 1.3MP webcam for video conferencing purposes, while a 2MP rear-facing camera has been tossed into the mix for all your other photography needs.
The Spice handset features dual SIM card slots with support for 3G networks. It is fueled by a dual core processor capable of sprinting at a speed of 1.3GHz and the chip seeks assistance from 512MB of RAM. Speaking of memory, you get 4GB of onboard storage with an option of expanding it by up to 32GB as well as 2GB of space on Spice Cloud free of charge.
And what’s more, the common features like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, USB connectivity and more are provided with the phone as well. The device draws power from a battery of 1350mAh capacity and is capable of coughing up the juice for talk time of about 4.5 hours and standby time of close to 170 hours on a single charge.
The Spice Stellar Glide Mi-438 is pegged at Rs 5,199, but can be purchased for Rs 5,049 at Saholic. It comes packaged along with a flip cover.
Here’s a list of the key specs of the phone:
– 4-inch OGS touchscreen
– 2MP camera, 1.3MP webcam
– Android Jelly Bean 4.2
– 1.3GHz dual core processor
– 512MB of RAM
– 4GB storage, expandable up to 32GB
– 1350mAh battery