This is a decent entry-level handset from S Mobility. 5 incher Spice Stellar Horizon Pro Mi 505 has been launched for Rs. 8,499 in India
This is another entry-level handset to hit the Indian market. Spice has introduced another rather good entry level handset made by S Mobility in the Indian market. For people who want to go for their first smart-phone this will be a good choice.
The handset comes with decent specification and like many handsets launched in the Indian market in recent weeks, this handset also has dual SIM option. The handset comes with a 5 inch display size like many other handsets introduced in India in recent months. It looks as if Indian smart-phone vendors have got a special liking for huge display sizes and so most of the handsets being introduced in the Indian market come with huge 5 or 5.5 display size.
We have seen numerous handsets introduced here by local smartphone vendors like Micromax, Lava, Karbonn and other smaller and new entrants in the market trying to grab peopleâ€™s attention by launching huge sized smartphones that would have been called phablet in the year 2012.
The latest handset comes with a rather good body, relatively thin at 9.6 mm. the handset is powered by a rather decent 1GHz Dual Core Processor and 512 MB RAM. The handset also comes with 4GB internal storage that can be expanded to 32 GB by MicroSD card. Stellar Horizon Pro Mi 505 sports a decent 5 mega-pixel rear camera backed with dual LED Flash and a front-facing 1.3 MP camera. Both the camera look rather very decent by any yardstick. As far as battery is concerned, it comes with 2100 mAh battery that can manage 4 hours talk-time and a stand-by of 200 hours.
While launching Stellar Horizon Pro Mi 505 S Mobility Ltd Devices CEO T M Ramakrishnan said, â€œWe have received phenomenal success with Stellar Horizon Mi 500 launched last year. We have followed it up with this enhanced version with exciting features at a more attractive price point. We are confident the Horizon Pro will offer best value for money to its users.â€ The handset looks decent and should do well in the Indian market.