Spice’s stellar pinnacle
The phone itself looks like a standard smartphone—sleek design, large screen, no physical buttons except the ones on the side and top for volume, camera and power on/off. With dimensions of 152 x 79 x 10.3 mm, it’s a little on the large side, but there is a large market that prefers that—the entire phablet market is testament to the demand for larger-than-smartphone devices. So that’s not a problem, even though personally I prefer a device that fits and can be used comfortably with one hand. But the thing is, a large device comes with the added advantage of a large screen—at 5.3 inches with 540 x 960 pixels, the Pinnacle’s screen is the perfect size for some personal movie watching, and offers great clarity at the same time. The touchscreen sensitivity is fantastic, putting to rest apprehensions that smartphones from smaller companies do not compare to the Samsungs and Apples of the world in terms of quality. That may have been true a few years ago, but the competition has caught up impressively.
The cameras (yes, it has a front camera as well)
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