Vodafone Launches New Smart Phone

Huawei PixVodafone Ghana, in partnership with Huawei, has unveiled the latest addition to its stock of available smartphones — the Huawei Ascend Y330.

The phone was made public at the Vodafone café in Osu, by Theophilus Agbeko, head of Vodafone Terminals, and Mr Lan Yang, Deputy Managing Director of Huawei Ghana.

The phone operates on the Android 4.2 system (Jelly bean) and some of its features include a touch screen, support for 2G and 3G networks, camera, audio jack and a micro SD slot. It is powered by a 1500 mAh battery with five hours talk-time and stand-by time of 320 hours.

Vodafone has priced the smartphone at GH¢250.

Speaking at the launch of the phone, Mr Agbeko said, “at 250 cedis, it’s already an amazing offer.”

The phone comes with a free monthly mobile data package of 310 megabytes for the next 12 months for its buyers.

Mr. Yang expressed his pleasure with the new venture, saying: “We truly appreciate this partnership with Vodafone Ghana and we believe that with this partnership, we can get more Ghanaian people to access, enjoy and benefit from its internet service.”

According to the international data corporation, Huawei’s smartphone shipments and vending at the end of the second quarter this year amounts to 20.3 million units, making it the third player in the world market. — GNA

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