Vodafone is launching 10 new handsets in an attempt to boost take-up of its 3G services.
The operator promised that handsets from manufacturers including Motorola, Samsung and Nokia would hit the shops in November.
The range includes models and designs exclusive to Vodafone, offering significant improvements in imaging, music, entertainment and information.
Handsets include the Sharp 802 and 902, Motorola E1000, V980 and C980, NEC Vodafone 802N, Sony Ericsson V800, Nokia 6630, and Samsung Z110V and Z107V.
At the same time Vodafone plans to launch a 3G version of its Live! services, which will enable 3G subscribers to access a range of interactive services including 3D gaming, video calling and video streaming.
The move follows Vodafone's recent launch of 3G services in eight European countries. The operator said that, from November, UK customers will be able to access the service in Europe and Japan via its W-CDMA network.
A spokesman for Vodafone said: "[Vodafone Live! 3G] will take consumers into the next generation of mobile services and content. The handset range will also offer improved music quality and access to 3D gaming."
Full details of the handsets, including pricing and services, will be unveiled in November.
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