Excerpt: Over the past year or so, Chinese manufacturer Huawei has been raising its profile in the mobile space; a company once known for its budget handsets is now producing premium Android smartphones like the new Ascend P6, but it’s important to remember your beginnings and that’s what the company is...
Pros: Good screen, Great entry-level hardware, Premium UI
Summary: There’s a lot to love about this spritely smartphone - especially the astonishingly low pricetag that makes even Nokia’s lovely Lumia 620 seem overpriced. It’s a pity the Chinese company’s botched the experience a tad with its strange, childish software overlay, but if you’re prepared to put in a...
Summary: The Huawei Ascend Y300 might have a plain design and its processor isn't going to win any races, but it's saved by a decent screen and ridiculously cheap price. If you're looking for a slice of Android on the cheap, the Y300 should be first on your list.
Pros: Super cheap price; Decent screen; Recent version of Android.
Cons: Less than 1GB of storage for apps; Dull design; Unimpressive performance; Annoying Huawei software tweaks.
Summary: For some time, Huawei has been very active in the German market, trying to place a smartphone in every price category, always slightly less expensive than the competitor's price. This becomes easily apparent when you look at price comparisons.
Pros: one-handed operation thanks to small dimensions, good performance (even with its own EmotionUI), large battery, microSD card slot, good price/performance ratio
Cons: Camera (video quality, application), processing of the battery cover does not inspire confidence
Conclusion: It's no looker, it may not be a champ in terms of performance and there's no 4G, but it does have Wi-Fi and GPS, the screen is surprisingly good, the camera is pretty decent and the price is fair enough.
Pros: Decent screen, camera's not bad, reasonable price
Cons: Bulky uninspired design, not much onboard memory
Summary: Another affordable handset sneaks out of Huawei
Pros: Low price point, 5MP camera, microSD slot, Clear screen, Huawei have built a solid touch screen device for around £100 with is perfect for people on a tight budget that want the same features as many of its competitors. The camera in the Ascend Y300 isn't going to blow you away, although it does ...
Cons: Emoition UI annoying, Slow speeds, Poor keyboard layout, Wi-Fi issues, The keyboard on the Ascend Y300 is borderline shocking, and it seems like absolutely no thought has been put into the design and placement of certain buttons and keys. This travels right through the device from messaging to In...
Excerpt: The Y300 is a bargain-bucket Android 4.1 smartphone which, unusually for such a cheap handset, has a dual-core processor. It also has a 480x800 resolution display and a useful 2GB of free internal storage, so is in danger of being a bit of a bargain.
Summary: I found the Y300 to be a cracking little smartphone that is powerful yet remains neat and tidy. The combination of the 5 mega-pixel camera and the standout 4-inch LCD screen make for the ideal phone for quick and easy snaps no matter what the lighting conditions are.
Summary: Huawei launched the Ascend Y300 , the company’s latest mid-range Android smartphone in India earlier this month. We brought you the benchmarks of the device, here we have the complete review of the device. It has a 4.0-inch (800 x 480 pixels) capacitive touch screen IPS display.
Pros: Runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box, Good build, LED notification light