Posts tagged Vodafone
White iPhone 4 release date is one topic which has been talked about a bit too much for our liking when you consider the number of delays (due to a backlight leakage issue now fixed), the iPhone loving universe has had to bear since 2010. Based on Vodafone UK’s official site, it seems that the white colored stainless steel phone will finally be available for public consumption.
Do you know what day is today? It’s the day which many UK based HTC Desire HD potential consumers have been waiting for. Vodafone UK has started taking pre-orders for the big brother of HTC Desire.
They said they will be rolling out the Froyo update and so they have done. If you are a proud owner of the Vodafone UK HTC Desire , the wait is finally over as the Android 2.2 update has been rolled out for your power house.
Attention people residing in Asia, if you were planning to purchase Microsoft’s recently announced social networking phone series Kin, then sorry to disappoint you as Kin One and Kin Two won’t be making a trip to Asia. This rather sad news was revealed by Lena Goh, a Microsoft Singapore spokesperson while talking to PC World.
Attention UK based users, sources report that Nexus One is coming your way in April with Vodafone performing the carrier role. There is no official announcement yet but the circumstances point to this as a high possibility. No word on the pricing either. However Telegraph believes that its price will match pretty close to the price tag for iPhone and other competitive smart-phones.
On Thursday (as we informed previously), Vodafone started offering iPhone to its UK user base and what a start it was – the title of the post completely reflects it. In just 24 hours, it managed to sold 50,000 units of iPhone. How is that for a brisky start? Folks at Apple will be happy about it without any doubt. Vodafone quite easily managed to beat Nexus One which managed to sold a meagre 20,000 copies in the first week of its launch.
Vodafone UK has decided to join the iPhone carriers party in UK. It will start selling Apple’s premium gadget, iPhone from 14th January. Users can get their hands on iPhone 3G and the speedier iPhone 3GS for £35 and £45 respectively, on a 24 month contract. Via this package users will get freedom from all the other tariffs. (More details provided below)
Waiting for the new Nokia E72 black edition? Well good news for you, it is finally coming your way, its launch is expected shortly later this month. Vodafone will be the first to launch the most awaited device from Nokia. Nokia E72 brings up more new features we have been waiting to get under one device. Nokia E72 is an update for Nokia E71 with much slimmer and slighter casing; including 3G and QWERTY keyboard and a number of improvements to make messaging on the move a whole lot easier.
Do you live in UK? Are you waiting anxiously for the arrival of HTC HD2?Well we have got news for you. A reliable source has revealed that. Vodafone UK will be announcing HTC HD2 on 13th November. This means only 6 days more to go before you can get your hand on the cool HTC HD2 device powered by a 1 GHz processor.
T-Mobile has already taken the lead in terms of rolling out Android 1.6 Donut update to its USA users. T-Mobile G1 and myTouch 3G users are already using the Donut on their smartphones. Having said that,it begs a question,a quite significant one if you use b based smartphone. The question is When will be the Donut update rolled out to rest of the world.
We don’t know as to when will the Donut update go global. But what we know is that Vodafone UK will be rolling out the Donut update on 19th October. What this means is that after 9 days from now HTC Magic users can enjoy the Android 1.6 Donut update. Is this good news or what.
Casey Chan brings to light a very significant thought that is of introducing the manual update option for Android 1.6 Donut. What this will do is that it will remove your dependency upon the carriers to roll out the Update once it becomes available. An alternative which comes out as a more effective one, is to publish the update onto the site where the users can download the update by themselves.
So do you agree with this thought?. It would be more interesting to know the carriers thinking regarding this alternative.