1. b0ycxd's Avatar
    the sale price online shopping just need 500RMB,about 82USD.

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    how much did you get it? 

    mine was 180usd five months ago.
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    10-18-2013 04:19 AM
  2. montsa007's Avatar
    Lol, do you know that Huawei cares very much about their wp8 customers, so much that it does not want to release GDR 2 updates at all?
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    10-18-2013 04:26 AM
  3. WanderingTraveler's Avatar
    Specs are decent, though.
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    10-18-2013 04:31 AM
  4. montsa007's Avatar
    Specs are decent, though.
    Come on man, would you buy a phone with absolutely no after sales support?
    Have you like, seen the thread where users are complaining about the response from Huawei about GDR 2 updates?
    They've simply washed their hands like its not their job to give the update.
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    10-18-2013 04:39 AM
  5. WanderingTraveler's Avatar
    Come on man, would you buy a phone with absolutely no after sales support?
    Have you like, seen the thread where users are complaining about the response from Huawei about GDR 2 updates?
    They've simply washed their hands like its not their job to give the update.
    That's the Android approach. While that wouldn't work on me (I'd never buy a phone with less than 24 months of support), that would for the users who can survive on crappy netbooks,, tablets and the like.
    They're the target audience.
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    10-18-2013 04:45 AM
  6. Chief_Adu's Avatar
    I have to agree with Montsa007, they don't support you when you got their product.

    However, the phone has decent stats, what WanderingTravel noted, it works fine and has a low price.
    I owned this phone for a while and I didn't complain. Although the 4GB storage is low, but it's a decent phone.

    I have to say that I'd rather choose for a Nokia 520 or 521 due to the Nokia Apps and better support.
    If you can grab the Huawei for 82USD, I wouldn't let that offer go away :P
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    10-18-2013 03:21 PM
  7. amitnahar's Avatar
    I have to agree with Montsa007, they don't support you when you got their product.

    However, the phone has decent stats, what WanderingTravel noted, it works fine and has a low price.
    I owned this phone for a while and I didn't complain. Although the 4GB storage is low, but it's a decent phone.

    I have to say that I'd rather choose for a Nokia 520 or 521 due to the Nokia Apps and better support.
    If you can grab the Huawei for 82USD, I wouldn't let that offer go away :P



    I will rather go for Nokia Lumia 520 paying 20$ more.
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    10-18-2013 03:37 PM
  8. b0ycxd's Avatar
    GDR2 released by your local network operator not by HUAWEI,HUAWEI is only responsibile for hardware maitainence after sale.Sumsung windowsphone has not released too.Then MiscroSoft provided GDR3 Preview for all windowphone. you can upgrade GDR2 base on the rusia provider version .
    10-24-2013 08:39 PM
  9. b0ycxd's Avatar
    W1 has better screen and battery than lumia 520,and more network supported such as WCDMA ,EVDO,GSM,UMTS;Front-facing camera .Howerver, I love W1.
    10-24-2013 08:52 PM
  10. b0ycxd's Avatar
    I have upgraded my w1 to GDR3 already.
    10-24-2013 08:54 PM

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