After its app development and budget phone announcements, Vodafone is currently gearing up to release a whole host of mobile phones across Europe. They will all be sold under its own brand name but will also, as you might expect, be made by third party companies.
The most impressive is the one made by Qisda. A large-screened model with a 1280 x 1024 pixel display spanning 4in, the Qisda QCM-330 will include HSDPA for fast data transfer along with Wi-Fi for wireless connections to the Internet, a reasonable 3-megapixel camera and an accelerometer. There is also a suggestion that it may run on the Android operating system, according to the Mobile Crunch website
The Vodafone 2010 Compass has been designed by studio nr21, in Germany, and will include a full QWERTY keyboard, unspecified camera, music player and Vodafone 360.
The Vodafone 360 Krystal features two displays: one on the front, the other on the back. One screen acts at a scanner to translate documents, the other (visible) side then displays the translated text.
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