Spice Mobility launches 3G phones

Dilip Modi (right), MD, Spice Mobility, with Kanwalinder Singh, President, Qualcomm India and South Asia, launching '& Series' of connected Spice Life devices in New Delhi on Thursday. Photo: Ramesh Sharma   | Photo Credit: Ramesh Sharma

Spice Mobility on Thursday announced the launch of three future-ready smartphones based on Android operating system and powered by Qualcomm's chipsets, aimed at capturing 3G mobile market in India.

While ‘Mi-300' handset that offers a bouquet of customised applications is priced at Rs.9,990, two other smartphones — Mi-410 a high-definition mini-tablet with a 4.1-inch screen and Mi-700 mobile internet tablet with a 7-inch screen — will debut after couple of months.

Integrated mobility

Addressing a press conference here, Spice Mobility Managing Director Dilip Modi said the launch of the ‘Connected Spice Life' devices with the ‘& Series' (Android) range would provide customers new-age high technology devices that have an interplay on the mobile internet platform readily operable in the 3G and HSPA (high speed packet access).

“Our devices will have pre-embedded content and applications developed by Spice Digital, our VAS business and Spice Labs, our mobile internet and applications business, retailed exclusively through Spice HotSpot stores across India to begin with, so as to offer an integrated mobility experience,” he said.

According to Kanwalinder Singh, President of Qualcomm India and South Asia and Senior Vice-President of Qualcomm, “3G devices like those introduced by Spice Mobility will go a long way in realising our vision of enabling mobile internet for all Indians. We are committed to 3G success of Indian brands like Spice and causing a fundamental shift in the internet and computing experience for Indian consumers.”

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