Excerpt: very good picture quality. Reception for internet is good. Its got great propective lense that avoid scratch marks. I think the only cons would be the battery life and the fact that it cannot playbak large video files.
Excerpt: very good midrange phone, the size and design is very good as well. though i am using a launcher at the moment (MIUI), the stock launcher is not that bad. the only con that i have with the phone is the battery life. while i only use it for social networking (Twitter, IG and occasional email), i turn off data when not in use and has 2, 3 games and couple of apps in store, i have to charge it everyday.
Summary: There is absolute NO support from Huawei Device USA for North American buyers. If you live in the United States, don't expect any help from them if you have a problem. If you try to contact Huawei Device "international" your messages will be ignored. Basically you're on your own if something goes wrong and you will need to return the phone (within 30 days) for a replacement from Newegg. There are no other options.
Pros: Beautiful screen, responsive hardware, well constructed. For the price this is an incredible handset running Android 4.1 with all the features expected in its much pricier competitors.
Cons: The Emotion UI forgoes the app "drawer" common to Android and places every app on one of the home screens. They can be moved to folders, or placed on any one of the 5-9 "pages" to get them out of the way.
Summary: A little less than a year ago, I desperately needed a phone. My old HTC was just too old to face my growing needs, and battery was also showing serious signs of old age. Because I am a Scrooge, and rarely go for the expensive options, I wanted to opt for something cheap but good enough.
Summary: I have a shiny blackberry that I use for work, with all its functionality however my own mobile, I have quite literally had years. An old PAYG phone which did exactly what I wanted it to do, I made calls and I texted. I decided to look into getting a phone on contract when I was topping up between £5-£10 a month for what felt like very little useage and I suspected I would be better off with a contract. So why did I choose the Huawei (pronounced Way Way)?
Pros: Good quality smart phone
Cons: Some technical issues with the sound volumes