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Spice Mi-700 Features and Specifications

Spice Mi-700 is a 3G Mobile Phone which is powered by Android OS and comes with 7 inches HVGA Capacitive Touch Screen, 3MP Camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Expandable memory. It also has G-sensor, E-compass sensor, Ambient light sensor and integrated with Social Networking Applications. For more about this Mobile read below. SpiceMi700 thumb Spice Mi 700 Features and Specifications
Spice Mi-700 Key Features:
    * 179.4 x 110 x 11.5 mm
    * 7 inches ( 800 x 480 pixel ) HVGA Capacitive Touch Screen
    * G-sensor
    * Ambient light sensor
    * E-compass sensor
    * 3MP Camera with video recording and auto focus
    * Secondary VGA camera
    * MP4 Player
    * Java enabled
    * Android OS, v2.2 (Froyo)
    * 512MB ROM
    * 512MB RAM
    * Expandable memory up to 32GB
    * Social Networking Services
    * GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB
    * GPS with A-GPS support
    * Qualcomm MSM7227 600 MHz Processor
    * 3240 mAH Li-PO battery
    * Stand By Time up to 520 hrs
    * Talk Time up to 6 hrs


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