Vodafone VF541 Touch Reviews
Product Type: Vodafone mobile phones
Newest Review: ... the main draw back of this phone in my opinion is what happens when you've got it in your pocket and you receive a call: the ... more
Customer Vodafone VF541 Touch Reviews (7)
by - written on 23/02/10, updated on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 2155 readings)
Quite honestly, I had no idea you could even buy a touch screen phone for as little as £40, but it appears that you can - in the form of the Vodafone 541. This phone is actually made by Alcatel, although, as far as I can tell, it does not tell you this anywhere in the documentation or on the product itself. I imagine this is quite deliberate since it doesn't have quite the same reputation as Nokia or Samsung, for instance. My reasons for choosing this particular model were that firstly, it is small, compact, slim line and easy to hold and carry around; secondly, it's lightweight, which I personally think is important; and thirdly, it has a touch screen and no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
We bought the Vodafone 541 mobile phone for our son who is 9, originally we wre going to get a very basic phone but this one was on special offer and we got it for about £20 including postage. The phone is quite basic but does have some good features on it. The camera is 1.3 megapixel which although not great by today's standards is fine for fun snaps, there is also a video feature but the picture quality is quite poor. The phone has no internal memory so a memory card is a must if you want to download music or save pictures, we picked one up for under a fiver. One feature of this phone is that it has a stylus which can be used on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/10 (Very useful, 220 readings)
The real beauty of this phone is its price. You can get this in stores for £40 (if you look in the right places, don't let bigger brand stores rip you off when you can get it much cheaper elsewhere). Why is it so cheap? Well, it doesn't have the reputation for a start - the market is dominated by the much more widely circulated iphone - and, quite honestly, it isn't the best quality touch-phone out there, but for what you're buying, it isn't all that bad a deal. For one thing, the design of the model is actually pretty nifty - simple, efficient, classic, and available in different colours, although the standard black looks the best IMO - while the phone itself ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/10 (Useful, 159 readings)
It's quite a good phone for it's price. One of the cheapest touch screen phones around. Even though it is a bit cheap, it's still a very usefull piece of hardware. It feels kind of plastic like, but the design is very slick. Another plus is the size, the phone is quite small and fits easily in your pocket. The only downside on the design is that the phone is too thick. So it may easily fit in your pocket area wise, it does feel like a bump. The user interface is really user friendly. It's not a smartphone, but the touch screen and the external look make it look like a smartphone. It has a 1.3 megapixel camera and that's quite nice for such a cheap ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/10 (Useful, 261 readings)
This phone my nine year old son saved up for out of his pocket money. He bought it brand new off ebay for £25. For a first phone all I can say is it is brilliant. All children seem to want touch screen nowadays and this has to be one of the cheapest touch screen on the market. WIFI is available on it even though he does not use it. There is an option to put a micro SD card in it, which is absolutely essential if you want music on it, as it has no internal memory. The screen is easy to navigate, if you use the built in stylus. It also has blutooth on it. The battery life is good and tend to charge every three days. It is locked to ... Read the complete review
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