Summary: El teléfono está disponible en el mercado europeo desde mediados de abril y su precio en formato libre está entre los 200 y los 250 euros. Se puede conseguir totalmente gratis a través de planes especiales de Vodafone , y a medida que otras compañías accedan a acuerdos con la empresa china es muy...
Conclusion: In much the Same way the Orange San Francisco was a landmark handset for 2010, the Huawei Ascend G300 is a landmark for 2012. Cheap, powerful, attractive, competent and highly customisable.
Pros: Incredible value for money, Snappy 1GHz processor, Decent stills camera
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.
Excerpt: We have seen a slew of budget phones hit the market, and met a few that have proven that for a budget price, you can still get a device that is a good performer and doesn't feel cheap in your hands. We have seen devices like the Spice Stellar Mi-425 (read our review ), a Rs.
Conclusion: Yes, it has a disappointing camera, but that doesn't stop the Huawei Ascend G300 from being one of the best budget phones we've ever had our hands on. It puts the Orange San Francisco to shame with its 4in screen, and its design is more HTC One X than HTC Wildfire.
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...