Vodafone (which might soon launch two Microsoft Project Pink phones) is getting ready to introduce its first own-branded Android handset – the Vodafone 845.
The Vodafone 845 will be quite cheap: only €150. But that’s because it’s not a high-end smartphone.
Its features apparently include: 2.8 inch QVGA touchscreen display, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.2MP camera, 512MB of internal memory, Vodafone 360 services and a 1200 mAh battery. More importantly, the handset will run Android 2.1.
It’s said that Vodafone will launch the 845 in May, most probably under a different name. By that time, maybe we’ll see the interesting Qisda QCM-330 on sale, too.
Via All About Phones
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