Vodafone announces 945 Android, 553 QWERTY and 543 Miss Sixty

29 September, 2010

The Android v2.1 Eclair packing Vodafone 945 and the QWERTY slider feature phone Vodafone 553 are the two new additions into the carrier's lineup, while Vodafone 543 gets refreshed in Miss Sixty fashion.

Vodafone 945 is the successor of the company's first Android - the 845. The upgrade involves a 3.2-inch WQVGA capacitive touch display and a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash. The rest stays the same - 3G with HSDPA support, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, microSD card slot and 300MB internal storage. Vodafone 945 also runs on the same OS as 845 - Android v2.1 Eclair. No word on Froyo yet.

Vodafone 945

Vodafone 553 is a QWERTY slider with 2.8-inch resistive touchscreen, 2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, FM radio and microSD card slot. 553 is a feature phone with touch-based proprietary software packing Vodafone 360 People phonebook and Opera Mini 5.

Vodafone 553

Meanwhile Vodafone and Miss Sixty prepare an exclusive refresh of Vodafone 543. The new edition will come with Miss Sixty customized covers and phone accessories.

Vodafone 543 Miss Sixty

All three devices should be cheap and available for the holiday season.



Reader comments

  • No name
  • 10 Nov 2010
  • mRs

i saw this phone on the internet; and got really excited that this was the phone i want, and it was cheap. im thinking of getting it for christmas, but now thinking about it , i dont know if it will be as good as most brands, like samsung or nokia. i...

  • Anonymous
  • 30 Sep 2010
  • Mtr

These are meant to be affordable. For people who can't afford the phones that impress you, okay? They aren't meant to be groundbreaking, but to cost 2-3 times LESS than your favorite phones and come with cheaper contracts. I understand you not being ...

  • jack
  • 29 Sep 2010
  • 3J6

VERY VERY Unimpressed with 2010 so far. The only good phones that have come out this year are Iphone 4, Galaxy S and Desire/Evo for the US Market only. So much hype for these superphones, so little has materialised. Too little too late, let's se...

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