Mobile phone network Vodafone has unveiled their upcoming rebranded mobile phones, the Vodafone 553, 545 and 945.
These new phones both fall in to the pay as you go range, with the 5xx models and also on a contract for the Android run 945.
Vodafone's 945 is a rebranded ZTE Google OS based mobile phone, which follows in the footsteps of Vodafone's other 845 OEM Android device by Huawei.
This handset tips up running Android 'Cupcake' 2.1, with a 3.2-inch capacitive touch screen with a 5 megapixel camera and access to Vodafone's own music service with over 2 million DRM-free tracks.
The ZTE OEM Vodafone 553 handset will arrive on a pay as you go offer, with a 2.8-inch touch screen with a slide-out Qwerty keyboard that's geared up for messaging.
This mobile arrives with Opera Mini 5.0, with access to Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk and Yahoo Messenger. There's also Vodafone's 360 people on-board, which is an address book that's made available to both the phone and also for online use.
The 2.4-inch touch screen Vodafone 543 is a rebranded Alcatel mobile and will also be available on pay as you go deals, with exclusive covers and designs in the Miss Sixty line.
The new Vodafone OEM phones now join the three existing rebranded mobiles, the 533, 543 and the contract based 845 handset.
All of the new Vodafone models will be available for the Christmas period, on those various contracts mentioned just in time for last minute shopping.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com