Vodafone pulls a mini KDDI, launches 5 sets

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Sean Cooper
February 19, 2009 3:07 PM
In this article: 135, 235, 735, 736, 835, edge, gsm, hsdpa, mobile, mwc, mwc 2009, Mwc2009, vodaphone
Vodafone pulls a mini KDDI, launches 5 sets

Aside form the Android powered Magic, Vodafone also launched a pretty big handful of feature phones this week: the Vodafone 835 (from top left), 736, 735, 235, and the 135. The 835 is Voda's first set for consumers with GPS added specifically for its Find and Go nav, 3G, and a 2.4-inch display. The 736 shines by being affordable, also features a decent 2-inch display, 2 megapixel camera, Google Maps, and will ship in rose, white and silver with its twin the 735 getting black and only on pre paid. Rounding out the offering are the 235, a 2G set with things like FM radio,a 1.5 -inch color screen, and the really low specced, but rather nice looking 135, with a 2-line black and white display meant for emerging markets. Huge gallery of them all posin' like they really mean it after the break.
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