Vodafone 360 H1, demonstration of the new Vodafone strategy
Vodafone 360 is the new strategy that the red operator will present today, with a redesign of the interface and new services for many of its terminals. But it also comes with a phone under its own brand, the Vodafone 360 H1.
This model will integrate all the services that will be offered in this strategy, which include quick access to various Internet sites and integration with the data obtained from them, in a similar way to what the Palm Pre or Motoblur do Dext does. The idea is to have all the details of our contacts, the interactions we make with them, ...
But until it is officially presented, we are more interested in knowing the specifications of the Vodafone 360 H1, a phone that will salivate more than one of those present. Its screen has a size of 3.5 inches and is of type AMOLED, guaranteeing a very good display quality. Obviously, it is of the tactile type and offers a resolution of 800 × 480 pixels.
Connectivity also comes in excess, being compatible with HSDPA at 7.2 megabits per second, with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB. All this managed by a processor OMAP 3430 at 600 MHz that will give you enough power to also highlight your multimedia section.
The Vodafone 360 H1 can therefore play video in MPEG-4, H.263, H.264, DivX, XviD and WMV without problems, besides MP3 music, AAC, WMA and AMR. But it doesn't stop there, since content creation is another important aspect of this terminal.
For this, it has a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and a type flash LED, which will also allow us to record high-resolution video, specifically at 720p. So that we do not have problems to store all that generated content, the 16 GB of internal memory can be complemented with MicroSD cards of up to 32 GB.
All these specifications will make the phone suck Power at a good rate, so the 1500 mAh battery it comes with will be our ally. We can not forget, also, the receiver Gps and radio tuner with support RDS.
If you have come this far, you may have doubts about the operating system on which the Vodafone 360 H1 works. Well, it is none other than Linux, specifically the version of the LiMo Foundation, which has been developing a version for mobile phones for some time.
We hope to have more information today about the launch dates of this terminal, its price and the services that will specifically be offered on Vodafone 360. Meanwhile we leave you with one of them, the Vodafone People, to be able to open your mouth.