A typical low cost handset for those looking for a cheaper option. The resistive touch screen may not offer a smoother experience but never the less, for the price what more can you expect. Spice even managed to include Bluetooth and GPRS connectivity, which is a plus point.
On the design side it 12.35 mm thin with 2.6 inch screen with resistive touch and supported resolution of 320×240 pixels with 65K colours. There is the alphanumeric keypad with 5 way navigation button.
It’s a dual SIM 2G phone with dual Standby mode. It can play MP3, WAV, MIDI, MP4, AVI and 3GP files. There is FM radio for live music. This handset runs on spice proprietary software with WAP supported.
Additional features are a 1.3 megapixel camera, MicroSD support up to 8 GB, call guard feature and a 1200 Li-ion battery with standby time of 20 days / Talktime of 6 hours.
Within the box pack you get the handset (Spice M-5665), charger and battery, headset and user guide with warranty card. The price is under Rs. 2,300 – some sites are selling it for as low as Rs. 2,100.
Even though the price looks attractive the handset does not look quite appealing. It would be better to invest some extra money and get a low cost phone from other brands. In fact there are many more options for price under Rs. 3,000.