Excerpt: We featured a first impression of the Huawei Ascend G300 last week, a mid-range Android smartphone with a 4-inch display and sleek design. Find out if this smartphone has more to offer by reading our full review after the break.
Summary: The Huawei Ascend G300, at its price, is a decent product. The screen and the battery life are the best aspects of the device. The rest of the device is your run of the mill budget Android device.
Summary: Is this more than just a budget phone at a budget price?
Pros: Stylish design, Sturdy build, Flash support, Decent battery, Bright screen, Just looking at the Huawei Ascend G300 you can see why we might like it. The chassis is smart, and has a certain HTC One X look about it, which for a phone at under 25% of the price is no bad thing. While not being the sl...
Cons: Fiddly keyboard, Occasional lag, Stuttery web performance, Few camera options, Low-res video capture, That said, performance wasn't exactly at the blistering speeds that maybe high end phones have led us to believe should be everywhere. There was the occasional lag, especially when trying to oper...
Excerpt: Not so long ago you had to shell out a few hundred quid to get a decent smartphone. Google's Android operating system has slowly been driving prices south, and now Chinese mobile maker Huawei has put its foot on the gas to accelerate the trend.
Summary: • Includes sensors like proximity, compass, G-sensor and Ambient light • Provided with All Backup, File Manager, Weather Clock, Huawei Music, Contacts • Support MP3/WAV/eAAC+ and MP4/H.263/H.264 player • Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic included • Also supports Document viewer,...
Excerpt: The Huawei G 300 has a fantastic specification for a £100 smartphone, but our initial impression of it wasn’t good. Its screen was nowhere near bright enough and it was painfully slow. After we’d turned off PowerSaver and automatic brightness the Ascend G 300 became much quicker and more responsive.
Summary: The phone has a very good specification sheet like a 1 GHz processor, Android 2.3 OS, and a 5 MP camera etc. Chinese handset major Huawei had earlier this year launched this 4 inch display bearing Ascend G300 (U8815) Android smartphone in India.
Pros: Good body, Large and responsive touchscreen, Good battery life
Cons: Screen looks dark even at maximum brightness outdoors, Erratic keypad