Fancy a small smartphone that doesn’t cost so many bucks? Spice Fire One is here, except the phone might not have been made for you — continue after the jump.
The Spice Fire One Mi-FX 1 is one heck of a cheap smartphone that was created by a joint initiative by Firefox and Spice to power a user experience for first-time smartphone buyers.
The smartphone sports a 3.5″ HVGA screen (320 x 480 pixels) touchscreen display which is powered by a 1GHz processor. For pictures, there is a 1.3MP rear camera and a front-facing VGA web cam.
If you are reading this and you want the Fire One to debut as your first smartphone (or 200th, who cares?), well, the phone is going to available on Snapdeal from August 29th at a rock-bottom price of 2,299 Indian rupees, which rounds off at just $38.
Problem is, most people who haven’t used smartphones before at this point in technology probably won’t see this article. So, to help them, kindly show this article to them — only that they’ll likely face issues buying phones off e-commerce sites like Snapdeal.
With that being said, we await Firefox and co to feed us the full details of the Fire One. Information of the battery capacity and RAM are still missing but if Firefox thinks we shouldn’t know about the RAM of a phone we are buying, that’s OK; afteral we aren’t supposed to know what RAM is all about as we are are “first time users”. Right, huh?