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Spice Smart Flo Pace 3 Mi-502n with dual core processor launched for 7,499 INR

Upcoming domestic manufacturer Spice seem to be on a launching spree. Right after launching the Mi-550 Pinnacle Stylus phablet, the smartphone vendor is back with another dual core smartphone in the sub-10k INR range, the Smart Flo Pace 3 Mi-502n.


The device not only looks like the Micromax Canvas 2, but comes with very similar specifications as well. The phone, as stated above, comes with a 1.3GHz dual core processor with 512MB of RAM. The device comes with a 5-inch screen, a screen size which looks like manufacturer’s favourite. This 5-inch panel packs a WVGA resolution, i.e., 800x480p. Other specifications of the device include a 4 GB of ROM, microSD slot, 8MP rear camera with LED flash, front-facing 1.3MP camera.

The device will be powered by a 2100mAh battery which seems like a good addition for a device priced at 7.5k INR. Like other phones in its range, the device will have support for dual SIM, however, there is no 3G support which might disappoint some.
Connectivity features include WiFi, Bluetooth, FM Radio, 3.5mm jack, USB port, etc. The phone comes in White and Blue colours, priced at 7,499 INR. The device will be made available in the coming few days via major online resellers and physical stores across the country.

The device will face some stiff competition from the likes of Micromax and other international manufacturers like Sony and Samsung. Specific devices which might give the Mi-502n a hard time in the market can be – Gionee GPad G3, Sunstrike Optima Smart OPS 80Q and OPS 80, among other innumerable devices from domestic and Chinese manufacturers.

Spice Smart Flo Pace 3 – Key Specs

Model Spice Smart Flo Pace 3
Display 5 inch WVGA
Processor 1.3 GHz dual core
Internal Storage 4 GB, expandable by up to 32GB
OS Android v4.2
Cameras 8MP/1.3MP
Battery 2100mAh
Price 7,499 INR

Abhishek Bhatnagar

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