Spice V801 featuring 4G LTE capability officially unveiled

Spice India launches a new mid-tier Android smartphone, the Spice V801 in India for INR 7,999. The device features a premium design with white and pearl design language. The device will be available across in India on the major e-commerce and offline retail stores.

The Spice V801 packs a 5 inch 720p IPS LCD screen, protected by 2.5D curved tempered glass on the top. Under the hood, the device is powered by 1.25 GHz Quad-core SoC with MediaTek MT6737 64 bit processing power with 3 GB RAM and 16 GB onboard storage with a dedicated SD card slot (up to 128 GB).

In terms camera specifications, the device features identical 8 MP front-facing as well as the rear-facing camera with F/2.0 aperture and 1080p video recording capability. The mobile does offer fancy features like fingerprint scanner, 3.5 mm headphone jack and Analogue FM radio. The device also offers 2700 mAh battery with normal charging capability. The Spice V801 offers latest Android Nougat 7.0 operating system with custom UI on the top.

For the social media freaks, the phones do support dual app (one can install two WhatsApp, Facebook or Instagram accounts). Here is the official product statement from the Sudhir Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, itel & Spice Devices

“Spice endeavors to be a brand that a young aspiring consumer would like to carry and flaunt. V801 is a complete package in terms of its ergonomics, high end features backed by excellent service proposition of one-year replacement warranty. With the launch of Spice V801, we have bolstered our current portfolio and have added another smartphone to our list of stylishly designed phones with features that stand out and appeal to the Indian Youth.

We at Spice, believe that our 4G LTE enabled smartphone portfolio will help us to provide seamless, feature rich digital experience to our customers at compelling price points. We will continue to focus on increasing our presence in Tier II and Tier III cities in India to help every Indian embrace the Digital movement.”