Huawei Ascend II Review Part 2 Huawei is starting to stake its claim in the U.S. smartphone market and the Ascend II is just one of many new Android devices we're seeing from the Chinese company. The Ascend II is definitely worth looking into, considering its price tag of $0. Any time you can get a phone for free, it's definitely pique your interest. However, just because it is free, doesn't always mean that it's the obvious choice. So, where does the Ascend II stand?
It's definitely a low-end smartphone. With a 600 MHz processor, 256 MB of RAM, a 5-megapixel fixed focus camera, and a low-resolution 3.5-inch display, you can see why this phone is Free. It's nice that the phone ships with Android 2.3 instead of the older version 2.2, and Huawei's UI adds some interesting customization features. Still, with U.S. Cellular's other budget-friendly options, the Huawei Ascend II has some tough competition. Is it the phone you should get? Find out in the review.
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I have this phone and got a 3800 mill amp battery for this phone for around $8.00. With a bigger battery you get a new back plate with the battery because of the size of the battery which is great. Got it at amazon. Can't beat the price for a battery almost 3 times power of the stock battery. Good phone for what i use it for. Does lose internet connection at times but that could be because i live in a mobile home with a lot of tin around me. Paid $69.00 for the phone.
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I'm stuck on this and the Samsung Repp, which one should I get? The Ascend II has some really bad reviews, but other than that it's perfect. The Repp has a faster processor-worse camera, etc. and better reviews.
@WilDeRSkillZ Calm down dude. After looking at their website I agree they have some nice devices like the Honor and Ascend X. The reason I said they didn't have any good devices is because I had never heard of any of the other ones.
@zd111809 I say that because i tried quite a few of their devices and they r great. And i can play pretty much any game on my U8800 pro. Modern combat 3 , Asphalt 6 , real racing 2 , Everything works. and android itself runs super smoothly because the phone has 512 MB of ram and adreno 205 GPU . and ofc keeping that phone on 2 ghz would be crazy , for games i have it on 1.6 and its fine. U shouldnt be against huawei , really they r fairly new , give the company a chance .
@WilDeRSkillZ u only say that because you own one of their phones.. 1ghz isnt that great.. not for android and super game playing.. and overclocking is going to deteriorate your device over time.. something to think about.. when it comes to android you need dual core now.. single core works fine if you have wp7 though..
@redwingsandjazzfan Dude , Ur fucking wrong. go to their website , they actually make some high range android devices that r awesome. I have a U8800 Pro , its fucking beast and its pretty cheap compared to other phones. And yet the CPU is 1 Ghz and i can OC it to 2 Ghz. Nice huh? the display is pretty big and it has HSDPA+ support , Huawei isnt a popular brand so their prices arent huge like samsung or HTC. and the quality of their phones is excellent.