We just got some face time with the Vodafone 360 H1, Samsung’s latest OLED mobile with social network chattering weaved right in. Read on for oodles of piccies and our first impressions!
From our first play, we’re not blown over by Vodafone 360 itself. The main menus just look like the iPhone homescreen, and while it’s great that every social network you could need is integrated, it doesn’t feel much more advanced than HTC Sense. One touch we did like though is the ability for widgets like weather to take up the space of more than one app tile to show the temperature.
But the Vodafone 360 H1 itself is shaping up to be one might nice piece of kit. The 3.5-inch OLED display is one of the most vivid we’ve ever seen on a mobile. The Vodafone 360 H1 throws in some of the new features the Jet brought like one finger zoom for web browsing (snappy, by the way) and improves on other things like the keyboard, as you can now move your fingers across letters if you don’t hit them right the first time. We couldn’t confirm but we think it’s still resistive, but as good as resistive comes.
Unfortunately, the lower-end Vodafone 360 M1 wasn’t on show. We’re told it’ll arrive later than the Vodafone 360 H1, but hey, at least we’ll get the better model first.
We also got a quick look at the Vodafone 360 service on PC browser, but er, it’s not looking so hot. Layout is sparse, blocky and boring compard to Facebook, even if it does incorporate Zuckerberg’s baby and more.
Have a look at the Vodafone 360 H1 right here in our hands-on gallery and keep it right here for more info incoming.