Review: Huawei Prism for T-Mobile
The Prism's 3.2-megapixel camera showed me every problem in the book. Lack of focus, grain, poor exposure, and poor white balance were each visible in most pictures, and many shots showed two or more of said problems. Pair overall crummy quality with the slow behavior of the camera app itself, and you have the Prism's one real failure (which also happens to make the device exceptionally poorly named, IMHO). It's just not a good camera. Period.
The same goes for the video quality. With a max resolution of 480p, it shoots low-grade video to begin with it. Add in poor focus, terrible sound, and questionable stability issues, and the video camera is barely worth using.
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Huawei Prism Joins T-Mobile's Entry-Level Offerings
May 2, 2012
T-Mobile USA today announced the Huawei Prism, a new Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone that will be available starting May 6. The Prism features a 3.5-inch HVGA display, 3.2-megapixel camera with video capture, and compatibility with Google's services.
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