Review: Huawei Premia 4G for MetroPCS
The Huawei Premia 4G may not offer the best in hardware or software, but what it does offer works well. The design is a bit plain and the materials are obviously from the bargain bin, but they fit the Premia's $99 price point. Beyond the design and feel, the hardware definitely functions as it should: the screen looks good, the signal performance is excellent, and the battery exceeded my expectations.
On the software side of things, what's to complain about a stock version of Android? The Google apps all work perfectly, and the MetroPCS-branded services all have their own benefits. The camera is certainly serviceable and the media options as as good as on any other Android handset.
Wrap that all up in $99 package, and you have a solid value for MetroPCS customers.
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