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Vodafone Smart First 7 (Refurbished)

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Shared by Rockman
2 months ago
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While the First 6 has been out of stock for the moment, I have noticed that the First 7's been recently reduced from £15 to £10 which is a great deal. Keep in mind, the minimum amount required to get free delivery is £30 so in total this will cost £12.50.


Looks good, feels great

The Smart first 7 is just 12mm thin and boasts an up-to-date design made of the latest materials. All this adds up to a modern looking affordable smartphone with all the features you need.

Apps at your fingertips

Thanks to Android 5.1 Lollipop, you can download over 1 million apps from the Google Play Store. So you can enjoy everything from social media favourites like Facebook and Instagram to watching movies and playing games on the go.

Always know where you are

With the Smart first 7's GPS you'll find your way around. You can pinpoint your location or check-in and share it on social media with friends and family.

Tech Specs

  • Make: Vodafone
  • Model: Smart First 7
  • Dimensions: 114.4 x 62.8 x 12
  • Screen Size: 3.5 inch screen
  • Weight: 110g
  • Talk Time: Up to 5 hours
  • Standby Time: Up to 24 hours
  • Internal Memory: 4GB
  • Operating System: Android OS
  • Keyboard Type: Onscreen
  • Camera: 2 Megapixel camera
  • Video: Yes
  • FM Radio: Yes
  • Bluetooth: Yes
  • WiFi: Yes
  • SIM Type: Standard
  • 2G: Yes
  • 3G: Yes
  • 4G: No
What do you think of this Phone shop by Sainsburys deal?
Kelsey2 months ago

Great find! I use this phone to test LD on Android and it's incredible for the price. There's obviously a marked difference between it and my iPhone but probably not as big a difference as you might expect given how much more expensive the iPhone is!

Rockman2 months ago

Yeah, it's a great little phone in its own right. Between this and an iPhone, I'd still go with this because it's Android and allows to do much more than iPhone does. I.e., try apps from outside the marketplace, drag and drop files, SD card support, etc.