Tuesday, 22 February 2011

LG GD880 & Qisda QCM-330 Handsets to Arrive from Vodafone Vodafone to Launch Plethora of New Phones Including the LG GD880 & Qisda QCM-330

Vodafone is going to unveil soon lots of new devices. Among those we ll
find two interesting handsets from LG, the GD880 and from Qisda, the
QCM-330. Vodafone might make everything official later this month during
MWC 2010 but in the mean time we have plenty of features for you.
The LG GD880 is a new LG creation which is said to sport a 480 x 854
touchscreen display, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS and a 5-megapixel camera with HD
video recording. As you expect pricing details and actual launch dates
are not known yet but Vodafone should tell us more in the very near future
The Qisda QCM-330 is an even more interesting handset. Sure we re not
used to see Qisda creations every day but this one seems really special.
The handset will surprise you with a generous 4-inch panel capable of
1,280 x 1,024 resolution, HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity, accelerometer
and a 3-megapixel camera. The home key indicates that we re in the
presence of Android here but Vodafone will have to make everything
official before we get too excited.
Ready to choose between the GD880 and the QCM-330? Well don t do that
just yet since Vodafone will have other handsets coming your way in the
coming months: the Vodafone 2010 Compass, the Vodafone 360 Krystal, the
Vodafone 737 Quincy, the Vodafone 545 Larry, the Vodafone 137 Sting, the
Vodafone 534 Shilpa and the Mio Valinor GPS device.
Pricing and actual launch dates are not available at this time and we
have no idea which markets will these new models be available in. It s
probably safe to say that most European countries will get them first
with other markets to follow in the upcoming months.
Can we expect Vodafone s brother to also start selling the LG GD880 and
the Quisda QCM-330 at some point in the future? There s no indication
that Verizon, or other U.S. carrier for that matter, will get these two
devices so it might be a while until the GD880 and the QCM-330 hit U.S.
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