The 545 has just been approved by the FCC, and we can see that it has the shape of a QWERTY-equipped smartphone – although, for some reason, it only features an alphanumeric keypad and it’s probably not a smartphone.
The new handset comes with a landscape display (of unknown resolution), GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity, Opera Mini, Bluetooth, Music player, Video player, FM radio, 1.3MP camera, MicroSD card support and a built-in torch.
No word yet about when exactly Vodafone will launch the 545, and neither for what price (the handset should be cheap anyway).
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