Updated on:Jan 30, 2015
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Feature loaded budget Android phone
Huawei Ascend Y100 is an entry level Android mobile packed with decent set of specifications. It sports a 2.8 inch capacitive touch screen running Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, powered by 800 MHz processor and 256 MB Ram. For storage it comes with 512 MB inbuilt memory which is further expendable up to 32GB via Memory card.
For photography Huawei Ascend Y100 packs a 3.2 Mega Pixel camera with fixed focus and geo tagging. The mobile is equipped with all connectivity features like 3G, Wi-FI, GPRS, GPS etc. The mobile is available in both black and white colors.
Huawei Ascend Y100 packs every feature to make it a complete Android phone. If you want to buy a latest Android phone within a tight budget and don't want to miss out any core feature, go for it.
A sub-u00a380 Android phone waiting to convert the last of the non-smart stragglers....
Pros: Affordable ; Sensible design ; Decent performance
Cons: Small, low resolution screen ; causing limited games support ; Poor camera
Huawei’s Ascend Y100 aims to take on the likes of the Orange San Francisco II and LG Optimus L3 in the budget handset market. At £80, it offers plenty of the features you expect from a smartphone – such as web browsing, apps and snapper – but does it offer enough to please the buyer looking for a smartphone at a cut price? Tiny treat...
Pros: : Neat build, excellent battery life, amazingly usable keyboard
Cons: : Small and pixelated display, mediocre camera :
Verdict: The Huawei Ascend Y100 is one of the smallest smartphones we’ve encountered and offers a budget means of enjoying your usual smartphone oferings. But that small display and mediocre snapper will be a letdown for media fans and photographe...
The Huawei Ascend Y100 has a tiny screen, a mediocre camera and average performance. However, it`s all about the price in this instance. At under $100, we can`t fault the Ascend Y100 too much. If you`re patient and can live with a cramped screen, then......
Pros: Value for money Some nice UI touches Decent battery life
Cons: Tiny screen Poor default keyboard Can be sluggish at times
Last year we knew Huawei primarily as an OEM manufacturer; creating mobile phones for the likes of Orange and Vodafone. But in late 2011 the company released it`s first own-branded smartphone, the Huawei Blaze, which impressed us with its low-price and......
Pros: Android Gingerbread ; 800Mhz processor
Cons: Tiny screen ; Touch controls donu2019t always respond ; Poor camera