The ZTE-manufactured Orange San Francisco – or ZTE Blade, if you will – is one of the most popular budget handsets, with entirely decent specs and a sub-£100 price tag.
Now Orange’s Everything Everywhere buddy, T-Mobile, has announced a ZTE-made budget handset of its own, namely the T-Mobile Vivacity.
In fact, the T-Mobile Vivacity has the same internals as the spanking new Orange San Francisco II, offering a 3.5in display with 800x480 resolution and 5MP rear shooter.
The T-Mobile Vivacity comes with Gingerbread (Android 2.3) on board, and there’s 512MB internal memory – expandable to 32GB via Micro SD, natch.
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.”
In terms of pricing, the T-Mobile Vivacity weighs in at £10PM on a 24-month plan, or £99 for the PAYG model. In the latter case, a minimum £10 top-up is required.
You can grab the T-Mobile Vivacity right now from T-Mobile’s online store.
via: T-Mobile News Centre