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Topic # 196344 27-May-2016 14:55
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http://www.vodafone.com.tr/smart7/vodafone-smart7.html

 

 

 

Have just seen this link, any chance NZ will be on the receiving end of this range of devices?

 

The Smart Pro 7 looks like a nice unit

 


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  Reply # 1560794 27-May-2016 15:05
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Pity it's not USB C, but other than that, it certainly looks very nice.

 

And looks very stock too.




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  Reply # 1560820 27-May-2016 15:37
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Found some youtubes that show it as having a snapdragon 650 SOC so would be a nice little upgrade from current Smart Ultra


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  Reply # 1560822 27-May-2016 15:39
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Android 6.0 

 

hopefully priced at the 250 mark on special!





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  Reply # 1560845 27-May-2016 16:13
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There is Smart Ultra 7 and Pro 7, i imagine the ultra 7 would replace ultra 6 and Pro would be a tad higher priced




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  Reply # 1587019 6-Jul-2016 11:10
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Vodafone, Any news on Platinum 7 coming to NZ?


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