Spice F311 with 5.45 inch Full View Display, Android Oreo 8.0 (Go edition) Launched at Rs. 5,599

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Spice Devices, mobile brands from TRANSSION Holdings has launched Spice F311 which is their first smartphone powered by Android Oreo 8.0, Go edition. This phone comes with 18:9 aspect ratio full screen display and fingerprint sensor.

The F311 sports a 5.45-inch IPS full view display with 18:9 aspect ratio, FWVGA+ IPS Full Lamination Display with 196 ppi and 480×960 pixels resolution. It has slim bezel design along with a social share key for faster social sharing.

This phone is powered by MediaTek 64 bit quad-core 1.1Ghz processor combined with 1GB RAM and internal memory of 16GB which is expandable up to 32 GB. It runs Android OreoTM (Go edition) OS which provides 15% additional free RAM and open apps almost 50 % faster than other phones as claimed by the company.

For imaging, it is equipped with 5 MP AF rear camera with f/2.0 aperture, 1.4 um pixel for clicking brighter pictures and 5 MP front camera with LED flash. It comes with enhancement features like face detection, smile detection and beauty mode.

This phone has fingerprint sensor on the back for unlocking the phone as well as can be used for taking pictures, answering and recordings calls, off-screen wake up and enables fast access to applications.

The F311 is packed with dedicated dual-SIM capabilities and offers connectivity options of 4G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. This phone is packed with 2400mAh Li-ion battery.

Priced at Rs. 5599, this phone is available in Rose Gold, Black and Phantom Red colors.

Commenting on the launch, Mr. Pankaj Madaan, Deputy General Manager, Marketing, Spice Devices, said “Reiterating our promise to pace up the smartphone adoption, we have joined hands with MediaTek and Google for Android Oreo (Go edition), to deliver high quality devices at the right price point. Our collaboration has unlocked unprecedented avenues for more evolved, efficient, and above everything else, eclectic product offerings which will deliver better performance on even entry-level specifications.”

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