Vodafone announces affordable Android smartphone

30 Apr

Vodafone has announced its first own-branded Android phone – the A845. Announced in the UK and to be available in May in 11 other markets. Though no price has been announced, Vodafone is touting it as an affordable Android smartphone.

The A845 does not disappoint on the specs front with HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity along with a built-in GPS receiver. Yeah, it has a lowly 2.8 inch QVGA display but throw in a 3.2 MP camera, Bluetooth 2.1, FM radio and Android 2.1, the A845 does look dishy,

Too bad Vodafone is not revealing whether it will be available in India or not, but we reckon that if the carrier launches the phone in India at about Rs 8,000, we would certainly be lining up for one. After all, it runs Android 2.1, something that makes it more tempting than our HTC Hero, which still runs on the ancient Android 1.5 platform.

C’mon, Vodafone, even your charming Zoozoos are begging ya to launch it in India.

Check out the hands-on video of the A845 and let us know what you think about it.

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