Spice Mobile has unveiled the QT-95 mobile phone today. As with all of Spice’s models, this is an affordable handset destined for the Indian market. What sets it apart from both its Spice brethren and any of its competitors is that it’s the first 3G dual-SIM phone to have a QWERTY keyboard and be sold in India.
The QT-95 has a candybar form factor, the aforementioned full physical QWERTY keyboard, a 220×176 display, an optical trackpad, video calling support, a 3.2 MP camera, 48 MB internal memory, two microSD card slots, an FM radio with FM recording and scheduled recording support, 3G, EDGE and GPRS support, Bluetooth 2.1. The Spice QT-95 comes with Facebook, Snaptu, Yahoo and Nimbuzz IM pre-installed. It weighs only 68 grams and has a 1000 mAh battery.
The phone’s recommended retail price is Rs. 5,499 – that’s approximately $122 for those keeping track. Quite affordable indeed, and it’s presumably already available in shops. More information here.
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