Android Powered Vodafone 845 Announced
Vodafone just pulled the curtain back on their first Android handset, the Vodafone 845. To be clear, this marks the first of their own branded phones. They currently offer the HTC Legend, Nexus One, and Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. So what’s the 845 all about? Is it a superphone like the rest of their lineup? Not so much.
The specs read like an entry level Android phone with its Android, 2.1, 2.8-inch screen and 3.2 megapixel camera. But you know what, that’s quite okay. As much as our average reader might disagree, the world doesn’t need high end Snapdragon phones. If these are the types of handsets that help Android take over the world, we’re cool with it. Other specs gathered by Engadget include 128MB RAM and 512MB storage.
As of right now, we don’t know what the price or official release date is. Interested consumers are advised to register for updates via Vodafone’s website.
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