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Vodafone launches ‘Smart’ – 3G Android Phone at Rs. 4990

Vodafone has launched a new smartphone, Smart, in the Indian market. Smart, priced at around Rs. 4990, will be able to attract a lot of customers as the phone will be easily afforded by everyone looking for a feature phone. The phone runs on Android 2.2 (Froyo) OS and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S1 processor. The phone also comes with 2 years of warranty, which will improve user’s trust on the device.

The device will also boost the number of 3G subscribers. Vodafone users will enjoy a smart deal of Double Data Benefit on 3G services as a special introductory offer.

Vodafone Smart 3G Android Phone

The phone has a 2.8-inch capacitive touch screen, and comes with a 2MP camera that supports video recording. In terms of connectivity, the Smart features 3G, Edge, Wi-Fi, WiFi tethering, A-GPS and Bluetooth 2.1.

Vodafone Smart Specifications:

GeneralDimensions(mm)56x106x12
Weight100g
Screen8 inches
Talktimeh hr
Talktime (3G)4.5 hr
Internal Memory130 MB
TouchscreenCapacitive
Standby Time250 hr
Standby time (3G)380 hr
OSAndroid 2.2 (Froyo)
Expandable Memory32 GB
Camera2 MP
 Data and Connectivity2G NetworkGSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
3G NetworkUTMS HSDPA 850/1900/2100
WiFiYes, with Hotspot
BluetoothYes, 2.1
GPSYes

According to Kumar Ramanathan, chief marketing officer, Vodafone India, “Vodafone Smart is one smartphone that is sure to delight our young audience with its stylish looks, smart features, host of exciting apps and 3G connectivity at an exciting, affordable price.”

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    • Android phones are quite cheap these days because of the high demand they have. I understand the cheap ones don't have a good hardware and they even won't match the requirements of Android.
      But, in case of Vodafone, they're offering warranty of 2 years. One cannot warranty a useless box for so long. So, the'd definitely be having something good.