Pros - Great display.
- Good performance.
- Good sound.
- Fine 1080p camera
- Tasteful exterior design
- Battery can last like, omg
- It's really, SERIOUSLY cheap where I live. I dunno if price dropped for anywhere else.
Cons - Huawei's native apps suck.
- Ice Cream Sandwich and unupgradeable.
- Too much glare on screen.
- Back of phone can get a bit hot sometimes.
- Internet speed is... meh
Summary Good phone. I bought it for a relatively low price here in the Philippines (7990 PHP - roughly 200 USD - HUGE price drop for Huawei devices here! Maybe they're not selling well?) and I gotta say, it's one of THE best phones I could get in that price range, and with my budget. I have very few bad things to say about it... It has a slick quad-core processor. Slick enough for multitasking, though with a bit of lag. The 720p display's great - just made me love watching videos on my phone more. Nice and enhanced sound by Dolby just makes for a better music-listening and call quality. Good camera features (although I don't use camera very much), and a long-lasting battery... Sure, it's not as impressive as its contenders and most newer smartphones will probably just trash it, but it still does its job as both cellphone and media player well enough and I get my money's worth, that's all that matters.