Known as the Smart Prime 6, Vodafone’s oddly titled handset is equipped with a quad core 1.2GHz processor, as well as a five inch touchscreen display that packs a HD resolution and IPS panel technology. A single gigabyte of RAM is onboard, along with 8GB of storage space and the much-needed microSD card slot to allow for expansion.
A camera on the front with a two megapixel resolution will stand in for basic selfie-snapping, while the primary eight megapixel camera will do a decent job of taking still shots and recording video.
This is all fairly impressive on paper, especially since the Smart Prime 6 has 4G connectivity onboard as well. But the biggest selling point is the price, since it will cost just £79 for buyers to snap up this handset on a pay as you go package.
That is £20 less than EE’s equivalent, the Harrier Mini, which means that the bargain basement 4G smartphone market is becoming much more competitive.