Shayne RanaSep 10, 2008 13:00:00 IST
Spice Mobiles seem to be launching new handsets by the bushel. Their latest is what they are calling their next generation dual SIM handset, the Spice D-90. The new GSM/GSM handset offers simultaneous access of two different numbers, enabling users to keep their personal and professional lives separate.
Spice offers the capability of two live SIMs working simultaneously with features like call hold and swap (providing real-time switching facility between both SIMs). The Dual-SIM helps to cut down on roaming bills without getting disconnected from their home-network. Of course this not necessarily new technology. Just ask the Chinese mobile makers.
The Spice D-90 has a 2 MP camera which can double as a webcam. Other media features include an in-built MP3 player and FM radio with recording facility. This handset also features a special handset contact back-up application which allows seamless transfer of all the phone book contacts to the D-90 at one go.
The phone comes with a panic button (you’ll have to wait for the review to know what that’s all about), mobile tracker, 256MB memory card; is GPRS / WAP/ JAVA enabled, and comes pre-loaded with Opera Mini as a web browser.
The handset is priced at Rs. 7,799 (MRP).
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