The 2.8 inch capacitive touchscreen device Vodafone Smart has loads of useful features.
Vodafone Smart comes with a 2.8 inch capacitive touch display, a 2 megapixel camera that can record video, up to 32 GB expandable memory (a 2 GB card comes free with the phone), stereo FM and an MP3, MP4 and 3GP player.
Vodafone provides two years of warranty on the new handset. "Vodafone subscribers will also enjoy a special introductory limited period offer of Double Data Benefit on their 3G subscription," said the telco in a press release.
Speaking on the launch of Vodafone Smart, Kumar Ramanathan, chief marketing officer, Vodafone India, said, "Vodafone Smart is one smartphone that is sure to delight our young audience with its stylish looks, smart features, host of exciting apps and 3G connectivity at an exciting, affordable price. We are confident that the phone will be received with great enthusiasm by our customers."
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