Justifying the higher price of Spice Fire One Mi-FX 1, the company's CEO Prashant Bindal said, The smartphone comes with a better battery along with a 1.3 MP rear camera with flash and front VGA camera. We are also offering a silicon cover for free.
The device is aimed at the masses that are looking for ward to use a cheap smartphone to make calls, messages, email, and stay connected on social media.
The 2G Dual SIM enabled handset comes with a 1 GHz processor, 2.5 G connectivity, 8.89 cm HVGA capacitive touch screen, 1.3MP primary camera and 0.3 MP front camera. It packs a 1400 mAh battery. On the storage front, it has a memory slot that can be expanded up to 4 GB. Users will need a microSD card for multimedia tasks as there almost no internal memory.
The Marketplace on this phone helps users to download app. This device also supports several Indian languages like Hindi, Tamil and Bangla and comes preloaded with Facebook, Twitter and Connect A2 instant messaging app.
Spice has also partnered with Aircel to give 1 GB of free data per month for three months.
When asked about Firefox's plans to launch handsets in the mid-range segment, James Ho, senior director, Firefox Mobile Devices Group in an exclusive interaction with Indianexpress.com said, Currently we are focusing on the ultra-low price smartphone market. We want to help feature phone users in India to upgrade to a smartphone. However, in the coming days, our handset partners are looking at bringing devices in every price segment in the country.
Spice Fire One Mi FX 1 will be available exclusively on Snapdeal.com for a short period of time and will then be made available through major retail stores, Spice HotSpot stores and www.saholic.com.