Close on the heels of the quad-core Karbonn S1 Titanium, competitor Spice has launched a dual-core phone with a 5.3 inch display with qHD (quarter HD) resolution.
Priced at Rs 14,000, the device is remarkable only in that it has a larger than usual display, though the Karbonn A30 has an even bigger 5.9 inch IPS display.
Direct competition will be with the Lava IRIS and the Micromax Canvas 110, both 5-inch dual core models.
The Spice Stellar Pinnacle is slightly better speced that the others. The Mi-530 has dual-SIM (3G+3G), 1.2 GHz Dual Core Processor, an 8 megapixel auto focus and is upgradeable to Android Jelly Bean.
It also comes with an unusual 5MP autofocus front camera and a 2550mAh Li-ion-Polymer battery
“The Dual Mic Noise Suppression technology reduces the interference from ambient sound and offers crystal-clear conversations even in noisy places. Another added feature is the on-board Magnetic Sensor that lets the user take advantage of downloadable e-Compass apps,” Spice said.
It also supports Hi-connect, to sync phone contacts/call logs/SMS/data from your computer via Wi-Fi.