Huawei Ascend G 300 coming to Vodafone UK on April 13th

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Huawei Ascend G 300 coming to Vodafone UK on April 13th
We've laid our eyes (and hands) on the Ascend G 300 a pair of times, first while it was sneaking past the FCC, then shortly after that when we took it for a quick spin at MWC in Barcelona. Now, Huawei's Gingerbread handset is prepping to land in the UK on Friday the 13th, being available exclusively at Vodafone. Just as we predicted, the device won't be much of a burden on anyone's wallet, with the carrier pricing it at £100 (around $160) on PAYG (£10 top-up minimum) or gratis on £15.50, two-year plans. Unfortunately, the G 300 won't have Ice Cream Sandwich on board at launch, but Vodafone says the 4.0 update will be coming later this summer. Good enough for you? The source link below lets you register to be one of the first to know when this 4-inch Ascend is up for grabs.
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Huawei Ascend G 300
Available exclusively at Vodafone UK

The great value Huawei Ascend G 300 joins the Vodafone Android line-up – complete with Freedom Freebees on PAYG

Joining Vodafone's line-up of Android smartphones, the Huawei Ascend G 300 offers an exciting and great value-for-money addition, with its large 4" display to enhance the browsing, app and mobile entertainment experience.

Available exclusively at Vodafone for £100 PAYG when bought with a minimum £10 top-up (or free on £15.50, 24 month plans - including 100 minutes, 500 texts, and 250MB of mobile data), the Huawei Ascend G 300 presents a new standard of pay-as-you-go smartphone.

In addition to its 4" screen – great for video playback – it also has a fast 1Ghz processor, longer battery life and fast Wi-Fi.

Running on Gingerbread (with an Ice Cream Sandwich update available later this summer), the Huawei Ascend G 300 also packs a 5 MP camera, 2.5GB of internal memory (expandable up to 32GB with a removable memory card), and weighs just 130g. The chrome and white finish makes it a great looking phone too!

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