Vodafone Smart Smartphone : Good But Not Good Enough | Wifi Walker, J B Chaparal Properties

Vodafone Smart Smartphone : Good But Not Good Enough

Vodafone announced this morning a new Huawei-based handset called a Smart and like a automotive alter-ego, a handset is small, voluptuous and savvy. The smartphone, that a mobile phone user presents as a “fully-featured smartphone with renouned interest for a subsequent call of information users”, will face some critical rivals when it launches in early summer.

The handset, famous as a Vodafone 858 (or a Huawei U8160) is expected to aim a prepay marketplace primarily where a relations affordability will be a certain offered point, yet already there are some enormous deals around a £80 cost symbol (although not on Android); a Samsung Chat, a Monte, a Nokia C3 Slate and X3-02 Touch and Type are utterly good by any standards.

Vodafone hasn’t nonetheless published a sum of a handset solely that it comes with a 2.8-inch QVGA capacitive touchscreen, runs on Android 2.2 Froyo and has customisable cover designs.

GSM Arena though, tells us that it comes with a Qualcomm MSM7225 chipset clocked during 528MHz with Wi-Fi, a dual megapixel camera, AGPS, support for adult to 32GB microSD cards and USB 2.0. In hindsight, it sounds a lot like a aged HTC Wildfire or a Orange San Francisco that are both arguably improved devices. Stick around for a video of a Smart true from Vodafone.

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