Vodafone has released Friday its new 360 suite that is expected to put people at the heart of their mobile phones.
The launched handset is Samsung H1, which has 3.5-inch touch enabled OLED screen, 16GB memory, WiFi, GPS plus a 5 megapixal camera.
The H1 runs the Linux-based LiMO operating system.
The 360 service includes a universal contact list that integrates information from address books within a number of services.
A 3D zoom feature lets its users to browse via their recent interaction in chronological order.
The H1 is one of the two exclusive Samsung handsets to offer Vodafone 360.
The Vodafone 360 H1 is available on a £35 a month, 2-year contract.
Vodafone has also confirmed that it would integrate Facebook and Google Talk before Twitter
Citing the reason, Vodafone's commercial director Ian Shepherd said, "There are 10 times more Facebook users than Twitter in the marketplace."