Vodafone has launched two new devices in its Smart portfolio, which it is aiming at the mass market.
The Smart III is available from today (12 June) priced £95 on prepay. It has a four inch screen, 1GHz processor, 4GB of internal memory, a 5MP camera and runs Android Jelly Bean. The device is also NFC enabled and has a feature that allows users to search online instantly from a text message.
The Smart mini was also launched today, priced £50, and is targeted at first time smartphone owners. It has a 3.5 inch screen, 1GHz processor, a 2MP camera and runs Android Jelly Bean. Both handsets have been built by Alcatel.
Patrick Chomet, group director of terminals at Vodafone, said: 'We continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible with our Vodafone Smart range of devices, enabling more people than ever to join the mobile internet revolution at an unprecedented price. In combination with our innovative, industry-leading prepaid and Vodafone Red price plans, the Smart mini and Smart III will allow customers to make the most of their smartphone and get the best of the Vodafone experience without breaking the bank.'
Author: Graeme Neill