Top Vodafone mobiles (prepaid)

The best prepaid phones on Vodafone

If you're looking for a new prepaid mobile phone on the Vodafone network, we've rounded up the best models available. And no, that is not a mistake; you can buy the iPhone 4 on prepaid through Vodafone!

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Motorola Flipout

Motorola has tried something different with the Flipout Android smartphone, but the end result is a clunky-feeling handset that is awkward to use. The Flipout is relatively cheap, but its display has a low resolution and an odd aspect ratio. There are much better alternatives on the market for a similar price.

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  • 22nd Nov., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Motorola
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  • Pros:
  • Five-row QWERTY keyboard, responsive touchscreen, full benefits and functions of Android OS
  • Cons:
  • Low-res display, awkward design, questionable build quality, odd screen aspect ratio has a negative effect on some apps

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