T-Mobile Vivacity budget phone launched

A handset which is much like partner network Orange's San Francisco II
Kerry Butters

November 25, 2011
TMobile Vivacity

T-Mobile have launched their new smartphone today, the T-Mobile Vivacity, which is a budget priced affair at £99 on PAYG, or free on contracts from £10 per month.

The Vivacity is packed with the usual features you would expect from a smartphone, including a 3.5” WVGA TFT screen, 3G and Wi-Fi, a 5 megaixel camera along with support for up to 32GB Micro SD cards.

It’s very similar to partner network Orange’s San Francisco II phone, and the Vivacity will be available in stores and online from today, exclusively on T-Mobile.

The handset runs the Android Gingerbread 2.3 operating system and comes with location based services using the built-in GPS functionality.

The Vivacity comes in a choice of black or white and includes pre-installed apps such as Web n Walk, My T-Mobile, My Services and Love apps.

Paul Jevons, Director of Products and Devices at Everything Everywhere said: “The T-Mobile Vivacity gives you everything you want from a smartphone. It offers the latest Android software, a large, high resolution touchscreen display and a stunning design – perfect for anyone looking for premium performance and great value for money.”

The device has a talk time of 4 hours, dimensions of 115 x 58 x 10.5 and also has Bluetooth, USB and sat-nav functionality.

Its internal memory is 512 MB in addition to the aforementioned 32GB SD card support, there is also an MP3 player and FM radio on board.






 

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