Spice Mobiles have recently launchedthere new dual SIM touchscreen mobile phone called the Spice M6900. The phone is equipped witha 3.5 Inch touchscreen and decent features. It is a Dual SIM Mobile phone with No 3G. On the connectivity front, it features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Edge, GPRS. Spice M-6900 Price in India is Rs.5,000. Personally I do not see a point in buying a Rs.5000 phone which doesn’t have 3G. When whole of the India is “Buzy in 3G”, then I don’t think they would like to spend Rs.5000 for a Spice phone and that too with no 3G. However if you are looking for a touchscreen phone with Dual SIM, then this phone is kind of OK. But overall it is somewhat disappointing.
M6900 has the block form factors that casesa big touchscreen that dominates the front view of the cell phone. It lookslike a sold bar with straight edges having a design as simple as it gets butyet elegant. The phone is 11.6mm in depth and 116mm long and 62.5mm wide. Itweighs 167g though which is surely on the heavier side especially consideringthe light weight designs that have been the priority of many cell phonemanufacturers these days.
It features an 3.5 Inch HVGA capacitivetouchscreen. Spice claims the touch screen to be very responsive with sharp colours.The screen resolution is 320*480 pixels. It also features the proximity sensorwhich turns the display off when you are listening to the call to save battery.
It features a 3.2MP camera with out the LEDflash. The performance under low light conditions will certainly be weak andthere is also no auto focus. The phone also lack image enhancing features butthere aremultishot, photo CLI and night vision modes. It can record unlimitedvideo at 15fps. The camera can also be turned in to a webcam.
It has 39Mb of internal storage capacitybeing able to save 2000 contacts and 1000 sms. The memory however can beextended via micro SD memory card up 8GB.
It has almost all the necessaryconnectivity features like the WAP, GPRS, Bluetooth, WI-FI and micro USB 2.0.
The 1400MAh battery is capable of providingup to 18 days of stand by time and up to 565 minutes of talk time.