Excerpt: What the Huawei U8510 Ideos X3 brings to the table is a solid Android phone in the budget smartphone segment. While it isn't the most powerful one around, the X3 does bring some goodness to the tablet, particularly the cloud storage bit.
Summary: Huawei has been in the local scene for quite some time with its Android devices, banking on the open-sourced OS to break into the mass market. This is not the first that we have seen the Ideos X3, as the handset was first introduced at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC); and later, at an...
Summary: Huawei IDEOS X3 is one of the latest handsets released by the Chinese mobile phone brand Huawei, including feature. The device is focused at the style conscious youth. IDEOS X3 is beautifully design with stylish curve lens for better touch experience and it offers wider viewing angle.
Huawei IDEOS X3 review: An Android smartphone for $99. What's the catch?
Good Gear Guide.au
26 April 2012
Summary: The Huawei IDEOS X3 naturally makes plenty of compromises to deliver on its $99 price. The screen feels sticky to swipe and isn't always smooth, the glossy coating makes it reflective under light and the keyboard is tiny. Despite these limitations the IDEOS X3 remains great value for money.
Excerpt: Huawei Ideos X3 U8510 is a smart and stylish Android touch screen phone. It runs on Gingerbread operating system and is bundled with brilliant multimedia and connecting features. Its user friendly navigation further turns it very appealing among the masses.
Summary: It is cute, tempting and feature rich. However, Huawei U8510 Ideos X3 has its own share of disadvantages. Chinese electronic giant Huawei has been present in India for over a decade. It operates in many segments from TV set top boxes to smartphones.
Pros: Long battery life, Loud and clear sound, Cloud support, Huawei Streams
Cons: Slow processor, Small screen, Average fixed focus camera, Lack of LED flash
Conclusion: We like the X3. It's not the fastest phone, but its small size, decent screen and more than acceptable call quality is enough for the casual user. More advanced owners might find the touchscreen tedious, but you could certainly live with it.
Pros: Small, light, good at the basics
Cons: Toucscreen is insensitive and bothersome, battery life isn't brilliant
Summary: The U8510 Blaze is remarkably cheap, but it’s also surprisingly cheerful and Huawei has done a good job of delivering a relatively capable Android smartphone for very little money. It’s probably only suited as a main smartphone for undemanding users, but the very low price still makes it ideal for a...