Vodafone Introduces Solar Powered Phone VF247

By July 27th, 2010 AT 7:13 PM

Vodafone Introduces Solar Powered Phone VF247Vodafone Essar today announced the launch of its latest generation eco-friendly solar charging handset in India.The new handset uses a solar powered solution to benefit users in areas with adequate sunlight.

VF 247 solar powered phone charges by itself, by exposure to ambient light. Sun Boost, the special inbuilt hardware and software ensures that the phone charges also in a room, under normal daylight.

The VF 247 solar powered phone comes with essential mobile phone features such as FM radio, color screen and a powerful torch light and will be commercially available shortly.

Speaking on the launch, UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Rt Hon George Osborne MP said, “I’m very pleased to help launch Vodafone’s new solar powered handset. It’s the new UK-India economic partnership in action. The handset will get more people connected, paying less and doing their bit for the environment.”

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handsets released by vodafone are not worth buying.think twice before buying them,

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Waiting for its arrival 🙂

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