Vodafone have been working hard over the past few months to ensure they have the latest and greatest handsets often ahead of other UK networks and today sees the introduction of the HTC One SV to the lineup.
It’s a busy time at Vodafone. While last week saw the launch of BlackBerry 10 and the top-end dream machine that is the BlackBerry Z10, this week’s seen our Windows Phone 8 devices hit store shelves too, including the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820. And what do those phones all have in common? 4G-readiness. And the best bit? They’re not alone; Android wants in on the action too. It’s time to say hello to the HTC One SV and the rest of our Android-powered, 4G-ready* pioneers.
“Our 4G-ready phones all stand at the very forefront of mobile tech…”
Ok, hang about… Before we get going we should probably shed some light on what 4G-ready actually means. In case you’ve missed the news, our 4G-ready phones stand at the very forefront of mobile tech; they’ve each got the necessary bells and whistles to play nice with Vodafone’s 4G service when it goes live later this year.
And that’ll mean blistering speeds and faster downloads.
Couple that with the power and versatility that comes with Google’s Android operating system, and you’ve got something special. Without further ado, then, let’s take a look at how our 4G-ready Android line-up is developing: