Summary: Needed something that was dual sim but not pricey in case it gets stolen while traveling. Works great, like the keyboard, even the Internet function is ok if you can stand a super tiny screen.
Summary: It work as it should but its appearance look very nice even with the taught time that it has to beard with me. It is not my first Huawei, they are not very expensive but they have great quality. I would buy Huawei next time I need a phone.
Summary: This is a great little phone with many useful features for the price. However, both the ringer and phone volume are very soft compared to some typically noisy situations, like in a car, restaurant or even on a beach.
Summary: I like the ringtones as installed, and the button to go to "meeting" mode, silencing the phone is easy and handy for me. The phone works ok with 2 SIMs in place but eats charge up rapidly. The interface is still not intuitive, but again ok.
Summary: Somewhat crude user interface, but I expected that. One thing to note is that a lot of features are unusable/disabled unless it has a SIM card in it. Getting the WIFI and the SIM accounts set up take a little patience and trial and error.
Summary: The delivery speed was excellent and the phone works great. The WIFI internet connectivity is great. It takes a little getting used to in order to work your way around the navigation but other than that this is a great phone for the price.
Summary: The basic function as a phone, dual sim, works. I inserted AT&T and T-Mobile sim cards into the phone. They worked. For the battery, when I use 1 sim card (AT&T), the standby time is more than 9 days. After 9 days, it changed from full charge (4-bar) to 3-bar.