Vodafone v1415 HTC VOX Smartphone

Vodafone also made available the HTC Vox as Vodafone v1415 and is a smartphone; it has a slide out QWERTY keyboard and runs Windows Mobile 6 Standard Edition. The phone is very nice to work with and have had no trouble with it at all, but I guess a few of you have (if you have we want to hear from you).

The vodafone v1415 also has features that include a 1.9 megapixel camera, WiFi connectivity plus Bluetooth. You must know that this phone does NOT have touch screen.

Vodafone v1415

Vodafone V1415 Specifications –
– Windows Mobile 6 Standard
– 32bit Texas Instruments OMAP 850
– 201 MHz CPU Clock
– 128 MB RAM
– 64 MB Hard Disk capacity
– 2.4 Inch color transflective TFT Display – 240 x 320
– GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900
– 64 -chord melody
– Vibrating Alert
– Slide-out QWERTY-type keyboard, 37 keys Directional Pad: 5 -way block Jog / Scroll Wheel
– SDIO, microSD, TransFlash
– RS-232 , 115200bit/s
– USB 2.0 client, 60Mbit/s , USB Series Mini-B (mini-USB) connector
– Bluetooth 2.0
– Wireless LAN 802.11b, 802.11g
– Built-in Digital Camera
– CMOS Sensor Camera, 1.9MP
– 50 x 101.5 x 17.7mm
– 140 grams

From Free to £59.57

Source — Into Mobile


5 thoughts on “Vodafone v1415 HTC VOX Smartphone”

  1. Dele Adetunji says:


    I have this phone but I am finding it very difficult to get online. I was able to connect it to my wireless network. When trying to browse, it would say ‘the other party has ended the connection’.

    What must I do to make it browse the internet?

  2. isabella says:

    I have had one of these for just over 18 months – repeated software fault, locked out of phone frequently with random numbers being generated and screwing up the PIN entry and PUK entry, had to be sent off for repair 4 times. During one of these repairs, they wiped the mobile office s/w off and are now refusing to reload without charging for it.

    There is frequent trouble sync'ing – need to delete and create new relationships. The k on the qwerty keyboard seldom works. The only reason I stuck with it was that I was in contract period, during which time I was without a reasonable mobile for about 8 weeks (all the repair periods). The camera's ok.

    The Vodafone shop where I live is staffed in shifts by different staff with wildly differing ideas about customer service and policy.

    I strongly recommend going for a handset from a proper handset manufacturer.

  3. Brix Jam says:

    hi  i have this phone but i failing to use the office mobile with it and i want  to have mozila as abrowser.  i need some assistance

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