Spice Launches QT-95 And QT-68 QWERTY Phones in India
By on November 26th, 2010

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Dual SIM phones are already quite popular in India.

Spice Mobility recently launched two new dual SIM QWERTY phones in India, Spice QT-95 and Spice QT-68. Hundreds of dual SIM QWERTY phones are available in India, but Spice QT-95 is different from them, since it supports 3G and 2G SIM active dual modes. You can enjoy the benefits of both 2G and 3G in a single handset.

Commenting on the launch of Spice QT-95 and QT-68, Mr. Kunal Ahooja, CEO & Director of Spice Mobility said, Spice Mobiles always had a holistic approach towards driving the adoption of 3G in India and we are delighted to bring QT-95, a smart and premium phone in Qwerty segment with 3G + 2G Dual Mode enabling the consumer faster access to the net while he is on the go. Both QT-95 & QT-68 are made for the future trendy users.

Spice QT-95:

  • full QWERTY keyboard
  • 220 x 176 pixels resolution
  • GPRS/EDGE
  • 3G Connectivity
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • 3.2 megapixel camera
  • 48 MB internal memory
  • 8 GB + 8 GB expandable memory
  • Java Games & Applications
  • Incoming Call Guard
  • FM Radio with recording
  • Track PAD
  • Video Calling
  • up to 4 hrs talktime
  • up to 400 hrs stand-by time
  • 1000 mAh battery

Spice QT-68:

  • 2.4 inch display
  • 320 x 240 pixels resolution
  • Full Qwerty keyboard
  • GPRS/EDGE
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • Wi-Fi
  • 3.2 megapixel camera
  • 8 GB + 8 GB external memory
  • 19 MB internal memory
  • Java Games & Applications
  • Incoming Call Guard
  • FM Radio
  • Scheduled FM Recording Yes
  • 240 mins talk time
  • 150 hrs stand by Time
  • 1000 mAh battery

Spice QT-95 and QT-68 comes with a price tag of Rs.5,499 and Rs. 4,999 respectively.

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  • http://www.technina.com TechNina

    Spice is growing like anything. They provide some of the best phones and at very cheap rates. Another good phone is Spice MI 300.

  • naresh

    After reading this article i bought QT-68 . Mobile is ok but the biggest problem is the battery The battery in QT-68 does not last for even 24 hrs for standy and for whiel talking it drain in 15 mins . It was a total wastage of my money . Shame on the company !!

    • adit

      u can also buy another battery for it and there will be 2 battryes it one is dead u can use another

  • Samtechi

    hello can anyone tell me how would i configure 3g settings or gprs setting in Spice qt 95 I am using airtel prepaid?

 
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