The Android from Spice Mi270 and its marketing was handled with utmost care and very delicately by the manufacturers, the phone being considered as one of the most innovative handset the company could produce until it has been established. The phone was an Android enabled; Android 2.2 Froyo .It had a 7 cm Full Touch screen QVGA display. The phone was a dual SIM compatible (GSM+GSM) and allowed single talking with dual standby. Samsung Corby II S3850 meanwhile has a 3.2 inch capacitive touch screen display.
The handset camera enabled in Spice Mi270 is a 2MP camera with a pixel support of 1600 X 1200 Pixels. This is exactly the same in Samsung S3850 Corby II. The data storage in both the handset is advanced with Samsung having a 26 MB internal and an additional external storage up to a 16 GB. Spice supports a T-Flash Card up to 16 GB expandability.
When it comes to power management, Samsung is one step ahead with its immense talk time and stand by hours. The talk time is up to 3 hours in Spice when it's an up to 9 hours 30 minutes in Corby II. The standby time is up to 320 hours in Spice Mi270 while it's an unbelievable 620 hours in Corby II.
The connectivity and data transfer in the handsets are enabled with some of the most updated devices now available in the markets. The Bluetooth version in Samsung is a version 3.0 with A2DP. MicroUSB utility is made available in both the devices. It's a version 2.0 in Corby II. The GPRS combined with EDGE technology is a boon when it comes to both the handsets.
The handsets both offers multi format file supports and is capable of playing audio and video files of many common in use formats.
And finally when it comes to the price of the mobiles, Samsung Corby II has a price in India of RS 4,969 in the Indian markets. Spice Mi270 though has a bit higher price in India than Samsung, around RS 5,200, both comes in same price category.