Vodafone UK sends word this morning of a hot new Android phone added to its lineup. No, it’s not the Samsung Galaxy S5, say hello to the Vodafone Smart 4 Mini. OK, so it’s not that hot, but it does occupy an important part of Vodafone’s lineup, being a truly entry level Android phone at just £50.

Specs are exactly what you’d expect of such a cheap phone. 4-inch display, dual-core 1.3GHz CPU and just 512MB of RAM. It’s running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, which isn’t exactly current but will be more than ample for the sort of buyer picking it up. With phones this cheap running Android, is there even a point to buying a feature phone anymore?

11 April, 2014: The latest addition to the Vodafone Smart range has landed, bringing you top-notch performance and functionality at an unbelievable price. For just £50 the Smart 4 mini outperforms its predecessor with a highly responsive 4” capacitive touch screen, dual core 1.3Ghz processor supported by 512Mb of RAM, and the latest version of Android Jelly Bean (Android 4.2.2).

Designed to bring you the full Vodafone experience at an affordable price, and with a simple user interface it’s easy to get to grips with all that the Vodafone Smart 4 mini has to offer. With just a click or a swipe enjoy everything from high-speed internet browsing and access to the latest news, entertainment, maps and transport apps while you’re on the go as well as email and social networking services.

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