Linux Mobile Smart Phone: the Vodafone 360 H1

Vodafone 360 H1There is plenty of excitement and praise for Linux Mobile smart phones, after all, just like the Google Android; they provide an easier to use and more powerful operating system as compared to Windows Mobile. This comes as to no surprise as Linux has long been developing some powerful and useful open source software.

Their computer operating systems are also considered some of the most secure and stable platforms. Linux’s Ubuntu is recommended a lot by computer experts as well. Their venture into the mobile market comes as to no surprise and industry has welcomed this amazing developer with open arms.

The Tie-Up

Linux is teaming up with Vodafone and Samsung for the Vodafone 360 H1. This smart phone will be running the Linux Mobile operating system, manufactured by Samsung and supported by mobile carrier Vodafone using their 360 service. That is a pretty good package, unless you already have a contract on another carrier that is. One way or another, it is still worth considering the switch to this mobile phone.

Worth Switching To?

Naturally, getting the Vodafone 360 H1 is not just about getting a phone, it also means switching carriers. As said, if you already have one, then this probably is not something you would consider; unless your contract is ending pretty soon and just in time for the launch of the 360 H1. The 360 H1 is truly a magnificent phone, and we are just talking about the external features here. Inside, the 360 hardware and software puts it on the same tier as the Sony Ericsson Xperia X3.

Spec Wise

With a 3.5 inch AMOLED touch screen, Wi-Fi, a 5 mega pixel camera, 16GB of internal memory (yes, you read that right, 16GB) and a whole host of other amazing features, we are hard pressed to think of a reason why not to get this device the moment it comes out.

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