Vodafone recently launched the impressive Smart Prime 7 budget smartphone. It is a second generation phone. The Smart Prime 7 is quite possibly one of the most gorgeously and elegant designed smartphones I’ve ever seen for under £100.
It offers up a 5-inch IPS display and HD resolution of 293 PPI (pixels per inch), can also display 86.7% of the sRGB gamut, which is a fraction larger than Moto G’s 85.4%. It can easily deal with more advanced applications as well as multimedia content. It amazing battery with a capacity of 2540 mAh ensures long operation without recharge.
With its slim, 7.9mm profile and it classy, carbon fibre-like rear panel, the Smart Prime 7 is a whole world away from even our favourite top sub-£100 smartphone to date, and the comparatively chunky 2nd Gen Moto E.
The new Smart Prime 7 is powered by the 1.3 GHz quad-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 that paired with 1 gigabyte RAM, 8 gigabyte internal storage space and extandable through a microSD card to up to 128 gigabyte and a pretty clean build of Android 6.0 Marshmallow all for £75.
The rear camera features 8MP, LED flash, autofocus and OmniVision sensor to edit photos and videos. The camera also can be activated even when the phone is in stand-by mode. Selfies can be made with a 5MP front camera. Smart Prime 7 supports LTE connectivity and has NFC module as well as Bluetooth 4.0.
This Smart Prime 7 is now available at Vodafone in a silver and black edition at a standard price of £75.