Vodafone reveals the Vodafone 945 Android phone

Vodafone’s just revealed its next own-brand Android phone which is the follow-up to the perfectly adequate Vodafone 845 – the Vodafone 945. We see what they have done with the model numbers there.

Here it is. Can anyone identify the manufacturer? Fiver says Huawei.

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The Vodafone 945 itself is marginally sleeker than the 845, with the tech highlight being a 3.2″ capacitive touchscreen – which should ensure it eclipses the rather unresponsive resistive screen of the Vodafone 845.

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And that’s it from the back. Here’s the official wordage from Vodafone. Hopefully we’ll have some dates and prices soon:

Vodafone 945

Following in the footsteps of the popular Vodafone 845 launched in April 2010, the 945 is Vodafone’s second, very competitively priced own-brand Android smartphone.

The handset offers customers a best-in-class mobile internet experience and comes with all the services and features you would expect from a high-end handset:

Android 2.1 software; access to Marketplace and its tens of thousands of apps; Vodafone Music services and its catalogue of over 2 million DRM-free tracks; a 3.2” capacitive multi-touch screen with haptic feedback; a 5MP camera with flash; WiFi and 300MB of built-in memory that can be built up to 32GB with a Micro SD card.

Available in black or silver, the Vodafone 945 is a handset with a contemporary feel – both in terms of design and the services and features it offers.

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  1. james

     /  September 29, 2010

    it’s made by ZTE

    Reply
  2. Yeah I’d say ZTE.

    Reply
  3. Matt S

     /  September 29, 2010

    Android 2.1… why?!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Gary C

       /  September 29, 2010

      So people who know about such things spend more money on a flasher contract/phone?

      Reply
  4. roy8175

     /  November 21, 2010

    huawei.. pretty sleek design i must say..screen is very responsive and the speakers are loud..

    Reply
    • Gary C

       /  January 15, 2011

      That still hasn’t launched. Suspect it never will now. Its time has passed.

      Reply
  5. Wallace

     /  March 20, 2011

    My Vodafone 945 Android is having issues only 3 days after I purchased it. Even with the expanded storage SD, which I haven’t used…the phone is constantly saying it is low on storage space! I am NOT running apps. Also, when attempting to “Power Off”, sometimes the camera flash goes off repeatedly and I have to do a “Force Stop” to shut the phone off! I love the reponse of the touchscreen, but I’m disappointed to be having so many issues so soon after purchase. Hasn’t been dropped or mishandled in anyway. Not sure how to fix the problems.

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    • mr j donk

       /  March 20, 2011

      you need to get the app saver app. I had same problem

      Reply
    • Silent Killer

       /  March 23, 2011

      same problem.. had gone to the voda store and that was not at all helpfull. when will the android 2.2 update come for vodafone 945

      Reply
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