Vodafone 360 H2 Cell Phone Review

Vodafone 360 H2 is the third in the line of Vodafone’s customized LiMo (Linux Mobile) smart phones. The Vodafone 360 H2 will be made by Samsung and is actually the Samsung I8330 cellphone renamed to suit the carriers needs. The release date set for the Vodafone 360 H2 is somewhere during or before the FIFA World Cup 2010 which starts on June the 11th and should end by July 11. Regardless, the Vodafone 360 H2 seems set to be a pretty high-end device with features aplenty as we shall see below.

The expected technical specifications for the Vodafone 360 H2 include: Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n), 8 MP camera with LED flash capable of HD video recording, 1 GHz processor (possibly a Qualcomm or even Samsung’s own processor), Bluetooth, WVGA (480 x 800 pixels) resolution Super AMOLED touchscreen, microSD and GPS with aGPS.

However these specs for the Vodafone 360 H2 are currently only speculation based and other than Wi-Fi 802.11n might not at all be included in the final product.

There is no information yet regarding pricing available for the Vodafone 360 H2 however we expect that it will likely be in the higher bracket considering some of the features expected to be included in the Vodafone 360 H2.

The Vodafone 360 H2 will of course come packed with all the apps and services associated with Vodafone 360 phones and with an 8 MP HD capable camera  and 3G capability along with Wi-Fi connectivity as well as Bluetooth available in the Vodafone 360 H2, users will likely be spending a lot of time on social networking.

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