Review: Huawei M735
The Huawei M735 is an inexpensive touch phone for MetroPCS. While it aspires to round out the low-end of MetroPCS's portfolio, it only manages to find the bottom of the barrel.
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The Huawei M735 joins MetroPCS's lineup of inexpensive handsets and offers a 3 megapixel camera, touch screen and a tiny footprint. If you're in the market for a pre-paid touch phone, but don't want to go full smartphone, the Huawei M735 might be the alternative you're looking for.
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A Little Harsh
It's got a touch screen, mobile browser, and music player. The youth market doesn't care about useless things like call quality.
As far as your experience with browsing on 1x, I think there may be slow rendering on this device. I use it on my Optimus M and it's relatively fast considering.