Excerpt: I’m not a very big fan of Huawei. In fact, I haven’t really encountered much products from their company (just a modem that we have at home). Anyhow, I let this not be the deciding factor as Huawei has finally decided the pool of companies manufacturing android phones!
Excerpt: The phone has a good screen and audio but the only problem is its very laggy when sliding through ui. The camera is also with very less features. Overall I think this phone needs a software upgrade shortly to complete with other rivals like galaxy ace.
Pros: big and clear screen, Loud speaker
Cons: laggy, bad camera, too big in size, too heavy
Summary: I had already tried this phone out with Consumer Cellular, but they couldn't get the one they sold me unlocked, so I sent it back. I ordered this phone because I already decided I liked the phone. It has a screen size easy enough to read email and web pages, but not so big as to be a battery hog. The phone is intuitive and easy to use. I only had to look up a couple of things in the manual, which I found online.
Excerpt: Muy bueno. Lo compre ayer y estoy sorprendido con las prestaciones. Lo recomiendo por su relacion precio - valor. great no problems with the battery lasted a day and now with android 2.3 upgrade you get twice as long, reception was mostly good a few times it dropped out but that is to be expected. internet is awesome because it fully supports flash, camera is a nice touch but takes a long tome to focus and take pictures.
Excerpt: great no problems with the battery lasted a day and now with android 2.3 upgrade you get twice as long, reception was mostly good a few times it dropped out but that is to be expected. internet is awesome because it fully supports flash, camera is a nice touch but takes a long tome to focus and take pictures.
Huawei Ideos X5 - something you don't want to buy.
23 June 2013
Excerpt: "...which was actually the same Huawei Ideos X5, from the beginning it was quite nifty and worked well, but it only was until the first month or so. After that there started to show some issues with the phone, it started to restart on its own, the battery went depleted in hours and so on, so I'd say I had quite a headache from that. After I installed the new firmware for the phone, actually it was the same firmware, but I just re-installed it, the phone ...
Conclusion: Huawei is an up and coming budget brand that is getting serious attention from smart phone aficionados who normally would pay any price for the latest thing. If you want a smartphone at a smart price, this is worth taking a chance on.
Pros: Big 3.8" touchscreen display, WiFi and everything else you need for today's wired world at an affordable price.
Cons: Not a major brand (yet) and not as cool looking as its higher priced rivals.