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Vodafone Smart 3 value smartphone launched

Vodafone has launched its latest value smartphone, the Vodafone Smart 3, costing just £94 on PAYG.

Available on pay monthly and PAYG tariffs, the Vodafone Smart 3 has a 4-inch screen and runs Android Jelly Bean with Google Now.

Vodafone Smart 3 Features
The newest addition to Vodafone’s own range of smartphones, the Vodafone Smart 3 is a value handset that aims to offer the Android smartphone experience with an affordable price tag.

Running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the Vodafone Smart 3 features a 4-inch WVGA capacitive touch screen with 480 x 800p resolutions and a 1GHz ARM A9 processor.

The Vodafone Smart 3 packs 4GB of internal storage further bolstered by microSD cards up to 32GB in size. The battery offers 312 hours on standby using either a 3G or 2G connection.

Upgrading the existing Vodafone Smart 2 handset, the Smart 3 has a 5-megapixel camera with Auto Focus capable of shooting 720p videos at 30fps, while the Vodafone Media Manager feature will allow users to share their photos online.

Pre-loaded with Google Now, users will experience Google’s personal assistant that learns their internet habits, providing Cards that provide data on the weather, local attractions, travel, new and sports according to their own preferences.

To complete the Vodafone Smart 3’s spec offerings, the handset has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity and a FM radio.

Vodafone Smart 3 Price and Release Date
The Vodafone Smart 3 costs £95 on Vodafone’s PAYG tariffs, but can be picked up for free with 24 month contracts starting at £13 per month. The value handset can be purchased in black or white.

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