Review: Huawei Prism for T-Mobile
The Web browser on the Huawei Prism is the standard Android browser. Web performance was OK, for the most part. As noted above, the Prism did an excellent job of maintaining a good connection to T-Mobile's network. That led to acceptable performance under crummy conditions, and good performance under excellent network conditions. It's a bummer about the Prism's processor, though. Since the Prism's processor is limited to 600MHz (and the Prism is limited to 7.2Mbps HSPA at max), the overall browsing experience was a bit inconsistent.
The Prism offers the standard laundry list of customization features for any Android 2.3.6 device. Sure, it lets users adjust the ringtones, wallpapers, and such, but doesn't include themes or support for different ringer profiles, for example.
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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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