The next handset for the Vodafone 360 line-up looks set to be the Samsung i8330 - likely to be named the Vodafone 360 H2.
Following on from the H1 and M1 in the Vodafone 360 line-up, the new handset has been spotted in photos over at Samsung-firmwares.com.
It look similar to the Samsung H1 that's been available for a while - albeit not selling as well as Vodafone might have hoped, it appears.
The new Samsung H2 looks likely to use the same quirky Linux Mobile-based operating system used on Vodafone 360 - although we hope it will be overhauled as it wasn't anywhere near rivalling the likes of Android or even Symbian when we used it last year.
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But at least the Samsung H2 is packing some serious technology - an 8MP camera with 720p video recording, 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor and more importantly the new Super AMOLED screen that gives pin sharp resolution and a beautiful picture.
We've no idea on a UK release date as yet - but we'd imagine it will be during the summer to match last year's release of the first Vodafone 360 phones, although early prototype photos hint at something earlier than that.
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