Samsung Galaxy J5, Huawei Y5 and Y6 New Huawei Vodafone East Month: Prices and Rates

We continue to know news that operators are including in their catalogues of smartphones this month of November before Christmas, one of the most important of the year campaign. After Movistar, Orange and Yoigo, it is now the turn of Vodafone that incorporates the Samsung Galaxy J5, Y5 and Y6 Huawei huawei to strengthen the low-end and medium/low range.

Samsung Galaxy J5, which we had already seen in Telstra, is an Android 5.1 with screen Super AMOLED’s 5-inch HD resolution (294 ppp), processor Snapdragon 410 quad-core 1.2 GHz, 1.5 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal memory expandable up to 128 GB via microSD, 4G of up to 150 Mbps, 2,600 mAh, main camera battery from 13 megapixel and the front of the 5 megapixel camera with flash.

Samsung Galaxy J5 is available on Vodafone with a unique cost permanence of 187 euros which you can pay to deadlines for 7 euros per month next to any of the Mini, Yuser, Smart, network and One rates for two years and keeping the same rate the first 18 months. Then we leave you with all the details of what you will end up paying really taking into account the VAT both in down payment and monthly payments that include the payment of terminal and the tariff quota.

Huawei Y6, also available with Telstra, is an Android 5.1 with 5-inch HD (294 DPI) screen, processor Snapdragon 210 Quad-Core 1.1 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB of internal memory expandable, 4G connectivity, battery 2200 mAh, main Chamber of 8 megapixel camera and front 2 megapixel. Your total cost will be 129 euros and may be paid in deadlines for 5 euros per month.

Finally, the simple Y5 Huawei reduces the size of the screen to 4.5 inch (218 ppp), connectivity stays of up to 21 Mbps HSPA and the main camera on 5 megapixel camera. For this reason it is the cheapest of all and is located below the 100 euros to pay it in installments of 4 euros per month. It maintains the RAM 1 GB and 8 GB expandable internal memory while battery is adjusted until the 2,000 mAh.