Huawei Ascend Y100 Andriod Smartphone from 2degrees


The 2degrees Huawei Ascend Y100 Andriod Smartphone is a stylish cheap phone smartphone running Android 2.3. With an 800MHz processor and expandable memory this phone will keep you in touch and entertained. If you are looking for a cheap phone that does everything you need it to, then the 2degrees Huawei Ascend Y100 is for you.

The 2degrees Huawei Ascend Y100 runs on the Android Gingerbread and it comes with a 2.8″ touch display, 3.2MP camera and a 800MHz processor. The smartphone has a slim and sleek design, and the beautiful cover makes it look even better.
Key Features
Android 2.3
800MHz processor
2.8″ Touchscreen
3.2MP Camera
Bluetooth
3G 850MHz compatible

What kind of smartphone can you buy with $99? That’s the question Huawei has answered with the Ascend Y100, a fully featured Android phone exclusively sold in Australia and New Zealand through Vodafone and 2degrees. The Ascend Y100 may have a smaller screen, a smaller camera and lower performance but for its price can you really complain?

The 2degrees Huawei Ascend Y100 is one of the smallest smartphones to arrive in recent years. This is a fantastically cheap phone, and its tiny, It fits almost perfectly into the palm of your hand, so it’s comfortable to hold and easy to pocket this little android gem. This little android is a cheap phone however it does have beautiful smooth, rounded corners though, and the chrome strip that runs around the edge of the phone is a nice touch.

Build quality is about what you would expect at this price. The Ascend Y100 doesn’t feel like a premium phone, but it doesn’t really feel flimsy, either. We like the matte black finish, which Huawei says is an anti-fingerprint surface, though the screen and surrounding gloss black bezel is a messy fingerprint magnet.

On the top of the Ascend Y100 is a tiny power button and a standard micro-USB port for charging, while the right houses volume controls. The buttons and ports are well positioned but right handed users will be annoyed that the power button is towards the left. This means you’ll have to stretch your finger to press it when unlocking and locking the screen.

For more information visit http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/


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