The Samsung H1 has pretty good specifications, and runs on the Vodafone 360 platform (video here), which is basically a web service that hosts your data on a centralized location and “syncs” with the phone in real-time. It is also possible to see and change the same data from your computer. It’s always scary to see a carrier work on software and services because they often suck at it, but let’s give it the benefit of the doubt, even if the user interface seems sluggish and somewhat ugly. The real news is that the Samsung H1 can be pre-ordered now.
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