Spice and Google today launched India’s first Android One Hindi smartphone – Spice Dream Uno H Android One Phone, focusing on the large Hindi speaking population in the country. This smartphone is priced at Rs. 6,499.
The Spice Dream Uno H, a Hindi version of the recently launched Android One platform from Google, features for the first time ever a complete Hindi keyboard, voice input along with Hindi versions of popular Google products such as Android OS, Chrome, Search, YouTube and Google Maps amongst other popular applications.
The Dream Uno H is a 3G smartphone and supports Dual-SIM. It features a 4.5 inches IPS display, and is powered by a 1.3 GHz Quad core Processor. It runs on 4.4.4 Kitkat OS and will soon get the latest Android updates such as Android Lollipop. This smartphone has an expandable storage capacity of 32GB. It is equipped with 5 MP Auto Focus rear camera and also houses the 2 MP front camera fo
The Dream Uno H is packed with a 1700 mAh Li-polymer battery, which is claimed to provide a standby time of up to 160 hrs and a talk time of up to 1020 min (2G) and up to 620 min (3G).
The Spice Android One Hindi also features exclusive Hindi applications such as Aajtak, Sony live, Hungama, Spice Cloud, Google Translate and Google Hindi Input.
This smartphone has been especially designed for the 300 million Hindi speaking people focusing on states such as Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and the rest of the country.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Prashant Bindal, Chief Executive Officer, Spice Mobility Ltd, said, “Keeping in line with our shared philosophy of bringing the best in technology at an affordable price, we are delighted to partner with Google to launch India’s first truly Hindi phone – the Spice Dream Uno H. We firmly believe that this revolutionary phone will contribute immensely in connecting the 300 million Hindi speaking masses to the internet with its useful applications such as Google Search, YouTube and Google Maps. After successful launching the Android One with Google in September this year, this is our next step towards making smartphones more accessible to the Hindi speaking population in the country.”