Not content with offering the Android-based HTC phones Legend and Desire, Sony Ericsson's X10, and Google's own Nexus One, Vodafone today announced an own-brand smartphone running the much-promoted OS. The Vodafone 845 comes with Android 2.1; a 3.2Mp camera; 2.8in touchscreen; quad-band GSM/GPRS connectivity and support for tri- …
So who makes it really?
Seen reference elsewhere to it being Huawei - i.e. they of 3G dongle fame. Hopefully Vodafone can manage better than £30/month, if they market this consistently with their other unbranded models.
You can get a Desire for £30/mo at Vodafone, so you might want to rethink your prediction.
Indeed. Vodafone's page claims it will be their "most affordable touchscreen phone" yet, so here's hoping.
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