Conclusion: Here we are at the end of another review guys, I know it seems like a really long time since I did a review but there have been a few reasons for that which I won’t go into now but let’s say that 2013 will be a year of hopefully lots of great reviews for you lovely readers.Bring on CES 2013 and MWC...
Huawei Ascend P1 review: First phone from the Chinese giant
6 January 2013
Excerpt: De Chinese fabrikant van telecomapparatuur Huawei is al tijden actief op de Nederlandse markt met professionele en zakelijke apparatuur. Wij testen hun eerste Europese smartphone, de Ascend P1.
Conclusion: In its favour, the Huawei Ascend P1 LTE has a decent camera, good battery life and solid performance. It’s weakest area is definitely its design though with hollow plastic beef paling in comparison to its skinny dense non-LTE counterpart.
Pros: LTE deliver fast mobile internet, Virtually stock Android UI, Good web performance
Cons: Mediocre screen, Plastic, hollow build, Expensive with 4G contract
Conclusion: So while we could take or leave the design of the Huawei Ascend P1 and there's limited storage on board, the phone is thin, light and memory is expandable. We also really love how stock the Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich Experience is, which when coupled with a great camera, makes the £26 a month...
Pros: Bright, vibrant display, Great camera, Expandable storage, Thin and light
Cons: Plastic body doesn't feel premium, Design looks uninspired, Poor stock keyboard, Lack of internal storage
Summary: Overall opinion: Not too shabby for a record-setting mobile phone. We have no input on sound quality of the speaker, the exact dimensions beyond the thinness or the battery life, so we cannot give this an overall rating.
Conclusion: The Huawei Ascend P1 is not the fastest device on the block, which I think is due to the time it took to come to market, but it’s certainly respectable and a nice addition to anyone’s Android arsenal.