Vodafone 360 Samsung H1 – Review

Samsung H1

Vodafone launched its new 360 service in order to make social networking a lot more easier for the net savvy customers. It started the campaign with SAMSUNG H1, the flagship phone of Vodafone. The phone has a nice model.

There is some hardware on the spec sheet. Vodafone wants to sign up 360 entirely in its own image. Thus the phone is very iconic. It has also been developed on its own operating system based on linux. This is also the basis for Google’s android. The phone is also capable of taking on new elements like displaying contacts and interacting applications. It has a strong leaning on cloud base too. But it does not seem to bother the users too much.

The phone is a very decent model. It competes closely with some Korean competitors. The screen is 3.5 inch. The OLED screen dominates the front part of the phone. The entire focus is on the screen. The design is similar to a lot of other SAMSUNG devices. A little research will bring out the stark similarities. The phone comes in many colors. There is a brushed metal version. It looks very classy. The plastic back is also an add on. It detracts the impressions when the phone is hand held. The feel is definitely that of a premium phone. The brush metal version is by far the most popular one in the market. SAMSUNG has a tendency of unnecessarily going overboard with the buttons on its phones. However the 360 H1 seems to be an exception.

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There is a power button, a single button at the top of the phone. It also doubles up as a key lock button. This is one feature that has made a comeback with SAMSUNG phones after a very long time. The other feature to receive the same connotation would be the head jack. The head jack is also pretty unique. There is a search button on the right hand side of the phone as well. It is just to ensure easy navigation. There is a single shutter button below the phone camera. The auctioning of the button is very pleasant. It manages difficult balance. It is easy to press. It also enables you to push halfway into auto focus. It also prohibits accidental taking of pictures.

The features are pretty impressive. The bottom of the phone is plain and boring. However, there is a thin plastic that glows when you get a sms. On the left hand side of the phone there is a port with slide down cover. The cover protects from dust and other particles that can cause damage.

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The front of the phone as we saw is almost only about the screen. Above the screen is a proximity sensor and a video calling lens. The latter now is almost a dying feature. The front buttons are new in look. There are contact and application keys. Nothing else is there on the front keypad. This obviously means that there is a cool touch screen waiting to be explored!
The cover of the battery is a simple plastic cover. It shows a Vodafone logo. Then there is the 5 MP camera lens and an LED flash. The phone has created quite a hue and cry. This is also another user friendly phone with classy features.

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