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For those who have never owned a smartphone before but who want to know what such a device is capable of, this is it.
When setting it up, the 3G icon will blink immediately, alerting you of the use of mobile data and how it can be switched off.
Although the Smart Kicka has 4GB of storage, this can be increased to 32GB with a microSD card next to the SIM slot under the battery. The battery has eight and a half hours of talk time and 403 hours of standby time.
The two-megapixel rear-mounted camera is sufficient for selfies. The phone also has FM radio. WITH times being as tough as they are, the new Vodacom Smart Kicka will come to the rescue of many low-income earners.
Generously priced at R549, the device runs the latest Android 4.4 KitKat operating system and has over 4 gigabytes (GB) of memory, a 3.5-inch screen and a two megapixel camera.
It is ideal for struggling students as they will be able to google their assignments on the cheaper device.
The downside when using the touchscreen is that it needs to be pressed a little longer before it responds.
And because the phone is slow to use, owners of the Start Kicka