Summary: Gigantic little Y. Huawei's Y product line is aimed at price-conscious smartphone newbies. The Ascend Y530 is no exception. The Chinese manufacturer bundles a rounded package for 149 Euros (~$206) and keeps a simplified usage in mind - and the 4.5-inch Y is available for less online.
Pros: Good build, Slim silhouette, Feasible performance, Viewing angle stable screen, Decent speaker, Low price, Huawei has bundled a rounded overall package for a very affordable price. This even makes a low-budget smartphone fun.
Cons: Abysmal front-facing camera, Small working memory, Low and slow internal storage, Occasional stutters in use, The front-facing camera could be a bit higher quality. More working memory would also be nice, but likely too much of a good thing for this price range.
Summary: While the Ascend Y530 is pretty cheap, its all-round unimpressive performance means it's still not worth your cash. For the same money you can buy the Motorola Moto G, which beats the Y530 in every respect.
Pros: The Huawei Ascend Y530 is very affordable, its battery is replaceable and it has expandable storage.
Cons: Its screen is poor, its processor doesn't offer much power, Huawei's software is clunky to use, its battery life is weak and it doesn't have 4G.
Summary: Huawei Ascend Y530 is an 4.5-inch smartphone running on Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) OS. It is powered by 1.2GHz Dual Core processor with 512MB RAM. It available £107.20 in UK at amazon.com. Huawei Ascend Y530 Overview
Pros: Good build quality, Slim design, Good performance
Cons: Average camera performance, Less battery support, Only 512 MB RAM
Summary: Is simplicity the key to winning the budget market?
Pros: Simple UI mode, Solid design, Respectable battery life, The Emotion UI is quite a pleasant addition, as is the simple home style. Being able to switch between the two means this device becomes perfectly suited for the young and the old. The 5MP camera may not be the best camera seen on a handset,...
Cons: Emotion UI is poor, Small internal storage, No 4G or NFC, In terms of design, Huawei have obviously used cheap materials, and this is really noticeable when interacting with and using the device. If storage space is a priority then you may find the 4GB of internal storage on the Huawei Ascend Y53...
Excerpt: Many budget smartphones look and feel like cheap chunks of plastic, but the Huawei Ascend Y530 manages to buck this trend with its smart, textured rear panel. It has a matt finish which gives plenty of grip and its relatively heavy 145g weight has the advantage of making the phone feel solid and...
Conclusion: The biggest problem the Huawei Ascend Y530 faces is that the competition at this price point has changed fairly dramatically in recent times. While there are a number of devices in the sub-£150 category, it’s the Motorola Moto G that has shifted expectations up a gear.
Pros: Design is reasonable, IPS display, has microSD storage expansion, simple user interface option is good for newcomers
Cons: Slow performance, seems overpriced, cameras are average, software tweaks don't add much, battery performance not good
Huawei Ascend Y530 im Test – Einsteiger-Smartphone mit intuitiver Nutzeroberfläche
28 April 2015
Summary: Das Huawei Ascend Y530 kommt mit einer 5 Megapixel Kamera mit Autofokus und LED-Blitz. Letztes ist schon eine kleine Besonderheit, denn in dieser Preisklasse muss man bei den meisten Handys auf einen Blitz ganz verzichten. Nicht so in diesem Fall.
Excerpt: De to kinesiske selskapene Huawei og ZTE har lenge konkurrert om å lage de beste lavprismobilene. På det norske markedet slo Huawei gjennom tidlig i 2011 med Titan U8800 , og ZTE kom med sin originale Blade kort tid senere.
Pros: God design, Innovative menyer, God lydkvalitet fra musikkspiller, Godt kamera til prisen