Summary: On many levels, this phone offers good value for money and punches above its weight. However the longer you have it and the more you try to do with it, the more its shortcomings become apparent. I have had it 18 months and have long since fallen out of love with it. One of the biggest problems is the internal storage issue which really limits the amount of apps you can run and download on the device.
Summary: first time it slipped from my hand and hit floor i had a 300 piece gorilla glass screen,cant get replacement screen unless i order from china and wont get fitting instructions if i did.go for a galaxy or something similar so parts available
Pros: great phone great apps.
Cons: will slip out of hand and gorilla glass whatever it is is same crap as other phones.
Summary: Have had this for about six months and for the money its excellent, the ICS update improved things a bit too. My only issue is with the screen, had a bubble form on the touch screen between layer of plastic on the underside of the glass screen BUT i managed to crack the screen whilst in my pocket somehow, got a screen one off ebay but its a bit knackered now!
Summary: The phone is very good for it's price! It has everything that you can want from a budged smartphone and more! I have it for 2 months but lately I have a problem with the outgoing calls, every 2nd or 3rd call is going thrue but I can't hear anything from the other side, that's only when I'm makeing a call to someone and I have to call 2-3 times to actually start hearing the other person and make a conversation.....
Summary: I got this phone in October 2012 after some amount of research. Features-wise it certainly seemed to outdo any others in the price range but the brand was something I took some time to decide on. I'm glad I did go through with my purchase after physically testing out the phone. Now this phone runs on Android 2.3 i.e. Gingerbread and when it was sold to me I was told be the seller that an ICS 4.0 update is going to be given soon. Online too that's what it said.
Summary: I bought this hand set to up grade from my nokia asher 201 . It will handle BBC I player ok as long as I am in the house and connected to my broadband router and that is as far as it goes. I am dissapointed that Huawei or Vodafone did not doing the ICS up grade. With the exception of the BBC I player bit I think that I would of been ok just sticking with my Nokia 201.Also the screen on the Huawei is useless in bright sun light.
Summary: This is a super phone for the money and well worth the money. It is super fast on the internet and gives everything you would expect from a Smartphone. It can be a little difficult to type with but a stylus erases this problem On updating this phone it became difficult to use. Slow to change screens and used lots of battery. While it was good to start with, it was poor after updating the software.
a very good phone...with not-so-good looking problems
anupam kar, flipkart.com
7 July 2012
Summary: i have been using this phone. what i liked about it is not the big question. there are a lot of reviews pulling light onto that. but it is important that i tell you the reasons to perhaps, not buy this phone, if you think these are enough a reason to. first. the camera is a 5 MP toy camera. you can play with it in the day, fine. but at night, your 3 year old child will try to find something else for amusement. second. the viewing angles are not good at all..
Summary: First the Pros and then Cons Pros - Cortex processor (one among the best) used in LG Optimus L5 and HTC Desire C - Display - Fast battery charging - Gorilla glass - IPS panel Cons - Lack of glossy look, feels cheap. (I had the Dark Tarnish one) - Fingerprint magnet - LED does not seem to work with the camera, though works fine with video (may be i have some issue with it) - Only certain build numbers are ICS upgradable, not all (recommended by Huawei...