Review: Huawei M735
The best feature of the M735 is the physical form of the phone itself. It's small, light, and has well-placed controls that are good to use. Once you turn the phone on, things sort of head south.
Signal performance was poor, and sound quality of phones calls poorer. Battery life was OK, but the display has low resolution and isn't bright enough.
Text entry is so awful that using the SMS and email applications is painful. The media player requires way too much work with little payoff, and the camera software, while well-conceived, is too slow for frustration-free use. Add to that a slow browser, poor image quality, maddening app store, and no social networking apps, and what you have is a mess of a phone that I can't recommend to anyone.
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