Spice launches an Android Oreo (Go edition) device – F311 at INR 5599


Spice Devices, one of the prominent mobile brands from TRANSSION Holdings has launched F311, the brand’s first smartphone powered by AndroidTM OreoTM, Go edition. Packed with 18:9 aspect ratio full screen display, fingerprint sensor and social share key, F311 is designed to take consumers’ experience to the next level. Spice devices are offering a power packed phone with reliable quality at an aggressive price of INR  5599/-.

F311 offers an immersive experience as it comes equipped with features, keeping pace with an individual’s digital lifestyle needs. F311 will be available across key markets of India from today.

Speaking at the launch, Mr. Pankaj Madaan, Deputy General Manager, Marketing, Spice Devices, said “Reiterating our promise to pace up the smartphone adoption, we have joined hands with MediaTek and Google for AndroidTM OreoTM (Go edition), to deliver high quality devices at the right price point. Our collaboration has unlocked unprecedented avenues for more evolved, efficient, and above everything else, eclectic product offerings which will deliver better performance on even entry-level specifications.

Mr. Madaan added, “F311 is a perfect confluence of aspirational features for first time smartphone users with high social media usage. The smartphone comes with an excellent service proposition of 1-year replacement warranty and is backed by extensive distribution network.”

F311-  useful features

The premium looking F311 comes equipped with 5.45-inch IPS full view display, 18:9 aspect ratio, FWVGA+ resolution, ultra-slim bezel design along with a social share key for faster social sharing, that makes it a perfect entertainment partner.

The smartphone features 5 MP AF rear & 5 MP front camera with flash, supported by f/2.0 aperture, 1.4 μm pixel that enables the consumer to click brighter pictures with much more clarity. It comes with enhancement features like face detection, smile detection and beauty mode to deliver higher value.

F311’s multifunctional fingerprint sensor enables the users to do much more than unlocking smartphone. It also supports activities like taking pictures, answering and recordings calls, off-screen wake up and enables fast access to applications.

Android Go Benefits

With 2X more storage, F311 enables the users to do lot more with free space thereby, speeding the handset to perform up to 15% faster and allowing better management of data spend. It also gives fast and seamless experience with enhanced apps.  The in-built mobile security features protect the data and apps and keep it safe 24/7, offering a 360-degree smartphone experience to new users.

It houses a 1GB RAM and internal memory of 16GB which is expandable up to 32 GB and powered by MediaTek 64 bit quad-core 1.1Ghz processor. AndroidTM OreoTM (Go edition) on F311 provides 15% additional free RAM and open apps almost 50 % faster than other phones.

The F311 is packed with dedicated dual-SIM capabilities and connectivity options like- 4G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The 2400mAh Li-ion battery allows the device to run for up to 16 days on standby.

Specifications Spice F311
OS AndroidTM 8.0 (Go edition)
Processor 64 bit quad-core processor
Graphic Processor Mali-T720 MP1 400MHz
Dimensions 153*73.55*8.25mm
Screen Size 13.84cm (5.45-inch) full screen
Resolution & Pixel 480×960 pixels; FWVGA+ IPS Full Lamination Display with 196 ppi
Camera Front- 5.0MP AF with flash

Rear- 5.0MP FF with flash

1.4 μm big pixel and f/2.0 aperture

RAM/ ROM 1GB/ 16GB, expandable up to 32GB
Multiple SIM cards 2 slots (Dual standby)
Battery 2400mAh Li-ion, with up to 240hrs standby
Others Feature Multi-feature fingerprint sensor,  Share Key, OTG
Colour Availability Rose Gold


Phantom Red

Price INR 5599/-
Sensors Fingerprint, G/P/L Sensor

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