Excerpt: Huawei is one of those companies that have specialised in the manufacture of mobile handsets, for quite sometime now. They only recently made a debut in the Indian market, but failed to impress the community seeing as their U8-150 budget Android device was far from perfect. The U8800 aka X5 was just launched in the mid-range segment and has the definite potential to redeem the company’s standing. Here’s a closer look.
Excerpt: Chinese phone manufacturer, Huawei, is making a play into the smartphone market with its IDEOS X 5, but there might be a little bit of work to do before they can take on the big boys. First up, the specs – it has a 5MP camera, a smallish 800MHz processor, the Android 2.2 operating system, 3.8-inch multi-touch screen, 720p HD video recording and can accept MicroSD cards with up to 32GB capacity. The screen is nice and bright, although it didn’t handle sun glare that well.
Pros: Price, battery life
Cons: Camera/camcorder has issues, Feels a little flimsy, predictive text not great
Excerpt: God telefon, fin skjerm. Det er lett å laste ned program.
Et stort problem er batterikapasiteten. Ved kun å bruke telefonen som telefon og til å sende meldinger, er den ok, men skal du gjøre noe annet, blir batteriet tomt svært raskt. Jeg har den stående på internett, ser litt på nettet og spiller litt wordfeud, og da tømmer den seg to ganger på en dag, selv uten å bruke telefon eller sms mer enn et par ganger.
Conclusion: Huawei Ideos X5 to bardzo ciekawy smartfon, który może spodobać się bardziej wymagającym użytkownikom. Z autopsji wiem, że jest to konstrukcja bardzo dobrze podkręcająca się, dzięki czemu powinna zdobyć uznanie entuzjastów i modderów.