to use about half. There is support for up to 32GB of external storage and we suggest you get at least 8GB more to benefit from Android.
Software: The Android 4.2 Jelly Bean interface has been tweaked a bit. The icons are a bit different from stock Android but still keep their character. You will certainly not be stumbling much with this straightforward UI.
Battery: The 1350 mAh battery can last up to 12 hours with some management, like keeping the brightness low. We felt the battery almost fall off a cliff after it went below 20 per cent.
Verdict: The objective of the Spice Stellar Glide is not to awe you with performance or features, but to offer a decent smartphone to those who can just about afford one. With that brief this phone does a decent job of bringing smart features and internet connectivity to a sub-$100 price tag. Everything else is an added feature on this phone. Yes, Android phones are becoming cheaper, but that are still far from being more than functional.