Vodafone 845 Android 2.1 £64.99 (Play.com)

Vodafone 845 Android 2.1 £64.99 (Play.com)

Found 14th Feb 2011
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Android 2.1 OS
3.2MP Camera
Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP

Do you enjoy having everything just the way you want it? Then the Android-powered Vodafone 845 could be the ideal phone for you. It'll let you customise up to seven home screens - so your favourite apps are always close at hand. And if you fancy a few new ones, you can choose from over 30,000 free apps in the Android Market.

The Vodafone 845 also comes with Vodafone 360, which gives you MyWeb - great for browsing, and Music that brings you all the latest tracks and albums from just 49p. And there's no need for pay as you go customers to miss out on all the fun - get online for just £5 with one of our 30-day web packs.

If you love taking pics, check out the 3.2 megapixel camera. It's even got a bright, clear 2.8 inch screen to show off the shots you take with it. All on our most affordable touchscreen phone.

Do things your way
It's easy to personalise the Vodafone 845 - it's got the very latest version of Google's Android. So you can get everything just the way you like it. Want the people you chat to most right there on one of your home screens? Go for it - you'll be amazed by how much you can customise your 845.

Enjoy great apps - for free
Can't live without apps on your phone? You'll find thousands of free ones in the Android Market.

The web in a flash
Clever technology inside your Vodafone 845 means getting around the web is fast and easy. See what YouTube's got to offer. Poke someone on Facebook. Tweet about the book you're reading. Or get up to date with the national news.

Get online with a web pack
Pay as you go web packs cost £5 for 30 days - and you'll get 250MB of data. That's enough to read and reply to 5,000 emails, download 12 Google maps and read 4,000 news stories - and you can cancel anytime you want.


battery life on this is poor in my opinion but a very good price for a budget android phone. they have a little community on xda going for this one.

i've heard that this phone only has 128mb ram, and even phones/tablet pcs with 256mb ram or more struggle to run android 2.1. not voting either way as price is good, but not really sure what to make of a budget android phone when there is a reputation for good quality, solid android devices...


"you can choose from over 30,000 free apps in the Android Market."
This phone must be pretty old.

i think tesco on line have this phone £69.99.
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