Loaded with Android 2.2 and powered by a 600 MHz processor the MTS Livewire SP 100 CDMA phone is available for Karnataka and Maharashtra users only as the handset is locked on to the MTS network.  This handset is priced well within Rs 5,000 and includes a 12 month free subscription of worth Rs. 6,400. Android powered handsets are now quite affordable they have reached to a price tag of less than Rs. 5,000. MTS Livewire SP100 is one such phone that most of you would desire, however this is a locked phone and works on a MTS CDMA network (No GSM).

MTS Livewire SP 100 features

This handset comes with some really cool features that has become a standard today. To start with the handset sports a 2.8 inch touch screen display with 320 by 240 pixels resolution. A comparatively older OS the Android 2.2 (Froyo) is used. The processor (ARM11) speed is decent enough at 600MHz.

The MTS livewire SP 100 comes with 100 MB internal memory with 256 MB RAM and 512MB ROM.  Other features are 3G (3.1 Mbps EVDO Rev A), Wi-Fi with hotspot, micro USB, Bluetooth, GPS and audio jack (3.5mm).

This handset can play music and video files apart from streaming videos from YouTube and MTS TV.  This CDMA android phone also houses a 3 megapixel camera with recording, though without LED flash support.

MTS Livewire SP 100 CDMA Android phone price in India
MTS Livewire SP 100 CDMA Android phone price in India

The 1000 mAh battery will last for 200 hours in standby and can provide up to 3 hours of talktime. 2GB microSD card also comes included but you can add additional card of capacity up to 32GB. Overall this is a nice affordable phone with cool looks.

MTS Livewire SP 100 price in India

Current Price is Rs. 4,999 with 12 months subscription absolutely free (worth Rs. 6,400) which includes 150 minutes of free local / national, 150 local / national SMS’s and 150 MB of free data usage per month.

Box pack contains: MTS Livewire SP 100 handset, battery, headset, charger, data cable, 2GB card, warranty card and user manual.

By Rajeev Rana

Founder and Chief Editor - gogi.in