http://bit.ly/RHzuWI Huawei Ascend P1 review by Dialaphone. Chinese manufacturer Huawei is making moves towards the high-end of the smartphone market with its latest mobile phone, a powerful device which offers Android Ice Cream Sandwich along with a high quality camera and Huawei's own 3D user interface.
Featuring a 4.3-inch super AMOLED display and dual-core, 1.5GHz processor, the Ascend P1 is quite a departure from the firm's earlier, cut-price devices and could offer some real competition for the likes of Samsung and HTC thanks to some innovative features.
Huawei has given users of the Ascend P1 the option to switch between its own user interface and the unaltered version of Ice Cream Sandwich, a unique feature that offers a great deal of choice in how the phone is used. Along with this there are several multimedia features along with Huawei's own Music+ app which uses Dolby sound enhancement on you tracks.
So, what were thoughts about the Huawei Ascend P1? Check out the full review here:
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While you won’t be able to make calls or send texts without a SIM card, most of the handset’s other functions will work with only a Wi-Fi connection, including music playback and downloading apps from Google Play. Without Wi-Fi you won’t be able to download apps or stream music from online sources but you will still be able to play tracks from the handset’s internal storage.