Vodafone Android Powered 845 Coming Soon

Vodafone Android Powered 845 Coming Soon

Vodafone have today announced their own branded Android phone which we spotted online recently and it is called the Vodafone 845.  Packing OS 2.1 the phone is right up to date with Android features and has a 2.8 inch screen, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and a 3.2MP camera out of the box.

Full press release below


Android-Powered Vodafone 845 Coming Soon To Vodafone UK

 

High Spec, Great Value & Packed Full of Éclair Goodness  New, low cost handset to join the range of great Android smartphones on the UK’s best network

 

Vodafone UK is already offering some of the hottest Android-powered smartphones of the year, and customers will soon have even more choice available with the launch of the Vodafone 845.

 

Vodafone Android Powered 845 Coming Soon

 

The Vodafone 845, demonstrated here by Vodafone UK’s eForum team, is the first Vodafone-branded handset to be based on Google’s Android platform and will offer an outstanding experience and great value on the UK’s best network.

 

The high spec, low cost Vodafone 845 runs on Éclair, the latest version of the Android platform, and will give users access to thousands of free apps on the Android Marketplace. It will also be pre-loaded with Vodafone 360 apps, giving users access to unique services such as Vodafone Music and MyWeb.

 

The device itself has a 2.8” screen, offers Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and 3G/HSDPA connectivity, and features a 3.2MP camera and 500MB of memory as standard.

 

 

The Vodafone 845 is the latest addition to an extensive range of Android-based devices already available through Vodafone, which includes the HTC Desire, Sony Ericsson X10 and the HTC Legend, which is available exclusively through Vodafone in the UK. With the Google Nexus One just around the corner, Vodafone UK will be able to offer an Android device to suit everybody.

 

For more information and to register for updates, visit: http://shop.vodafone.co.uk/shop/mobile- phone/vodafone-845

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