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May 15, 2013, 2:54 AM

HuaWei U8836D

There r many products in the society but . I luv this cellphone as it has many great features like CPU:MTK6577ARMv7Cortex-A9Dual-core 1.0GHz,
GPU: PowerVR SGX531 Ultra. It has android V4.0 as well u can stall many language. U can use dual similar and it supports W+G, G+G. Best part is it has Capacitive MultiTouchScreen(3points)/ Gorilla Glass. It even has dual camera, blutooth, GPS& A.GPS, fm , Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor, G senser and P senser , MP3, AAC, WAV, etc. / 3.5mm http Audio Jack.
It is light weight as well stylish . U can get it from ://www.jsxltech.com/collections/c1-cellphone- c2-brand-c3-huawei/products/huawei-u8836d-asc end-g500-pro-smartphone.

May 18, 2012, 11:43 PM

Why such the low specs yet again?

Ok, I am not by any means a fan of Huawei, I have relegated them to the low end market. However it seems that their idea of low end seems to be static. The Huawei m835 for MetroPCS has a 528 Mhz CPU and only 139Mb of storage available to the user. This phone has a 600 Mhz CPU (which is NOT much difference from the 528 Mhz). WTF? You have Samsung and LG beating the snot out of Huawei as in terms of specs for their low end phones. LG Optimus Elite (which isn't a top of the line phone) with a 800Mhz Snapdragon S2 512MB Memory and so much more and it is cheaper then what I am sure this will cost. Huawei, you need to get up to speed or you will find yourself eating dust from your other Asian brethren.
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May 29, 2012, 6:24 PM
over in the "Review: Huawei Prism for T-Mobile " discussion:

I am glad that it is not me who is reviewing a low end phone........

because my reviews would always say that the phone is trash...lol...I guess I am spoiled...I only like high end phones, dual/quad core processors, nice displays, etc..I would have a hard time saying anything good about a low end phone like this.

So Eric is a better man than me, being able to be objective and say something good about a phone with the specs of the Huawei Prism 🙂
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May 2, 2012, 3:34 PM
over in the "Huawei Prism Joins T-Mobile's Entry-Level Offerings" discussion:

another day another entry level T-Mobile phone

It is what it is
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