Spice mobiles have been always known for their budge friendly multi SIM phones. There mobile phones are very suitable for the Indian economy and is widely accepted here. The company has recently announced the addition of a new model to their dual SIM series, SPICE Wow M5335. This phone meets the communication and multimedia requirements of an average customer.
Features and specifications of Spice Wow M5335:
- 2 inch display
- 176 x 220 pixel resolution
- Expandable memory to up to 8 GB with micro SD or micro SDHC card slot
- FM radio
- VGA camera
- Multimedia player
- Bluetooth 2.0
- 1800mA battery
- Dimensions: 133 mm x 58 mm 18.8 mm
- Weight: 98 gram
The phone has a very elongated design. When most of the phones today have a boxy design this phones stands apart from the crowd. The corners are rounded off but the edges are straight. A red colour band runs around the periphery of the phone. The overall black colour scheme is accentuated by this design. The front portion features some extra keys.
There are dedicated keys in the device for accessing the multimedia player, FM radio as well as the contacts list. There are dedicated music plays back buttons too like play, pause and skip forward or back ward. The alpha numeric keypad has keys that are sufficiently large and well spaced apart letting the user type out large text messages without much trouble. The phone is also very compact and at 98 gram it is incredibly light.
The 2 inch screen throws in a resolution of 176 x 220 pixels and is sufficiently large enough to view texts and other data without much effort. This phone is a dual SIM device that is it can support two different mobile phone networks at the same time. Both the SIM’s supported are GSM. This can be very useful to many in their professional and personal life. The phone comes with lot of entertainment options and has an inbuilt media player as well as and a FM radio. The dedicated one touch music keys let you have a complete multimedia experience. There is a VGA camera too in the device if you need to take quick photos on the move.