Among the three devices for Android one phone, Spice Dream UNO Mi-498 is now made available in Nepal from today. After months of waiting since the news for launching the budget phone in Nepal came out, one of the Android one device is made available by Big business house Jyoti Group. STARCK TECH, subsidiary of Jyoti launches the device in a program yesterday ( Feb 16) and for now, the device can only be bought online through OhoBaazar.
The Dual SIM, entry level 3G smartphone is powered by Mediatek 1.3 GHz quad core processor and 1GB RAM. The phone is known to have 4.5 inch IPS display, and 5 MP auto-focus rear shooter to 2 MP Selfie snapper. The main buzz about this phone is you get pure Android experience and the update to next android (Android Lollipop) will be managed by Google itself, which will be available for two years for other such update.
The phone is priced at MRP of RS 11,990 (retail price to be higher, if available), a little high as speculated from the $100 mark (NRs 10,000) but you will be getting 8 GB memory card as an offer. Additionally 10 GB space on Spice Cloud, and 15 GB space on Google Drive is also available with the device.
Spice Brand was previously available with Teletalk Pvt. Ltd, and now after this affiliation with Jyoti Group, they are expecting to bring whole range of phones from feature phones to mid range Smartphones in Nepal.
How to buy the Spice android one phone in Nepal?
Just like how Chinese and Indian phone makers are selling the phones in their country, the first Android one phone is also being sold through online portal at first. To buy the first android one phone (which will be available for booking after 11 am, Feb 16), you need to login to the website (ohobazaar.com) and book the phone with payments from esewa account. At first, the online sales is available for Kathmandu only for this week which will be delivered within 48 hours. In next phase, the device will also be delivered outside Kathmandu, that is within 72 hours.