Huawei U8150 IDEOS: A User’s Review


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Sometimes in late March this year I lost a low end Nokia feature phone that I really loved. What next? Replacement?

I cannot really refer to Huawei’s low cost smartphone, the U8150 IDEOS as a replacement because it completely revolutionized my usage of phones or rather unclassified PCs since I have always used it as my phone(calling, texting and such stuff), my personal computer, my tablet computer and to be sincere, just my everything.

With access to over 60,000 applications in the Android market, there’s just nothing that you can’t do with an Android smartphone whether its a low cost model like the IDEOS or a high end one like the Samsung Galaxy II.

Just like you would expect of a typical smartphone, the IDEOS is a serious power guzzler. The numerous apps you download from the Market end up draining the battery seriously. Without accessing the internet, listening to radio or playing music from the media player, the battery can last upto 6 hours. What’s the point of having your smartphone if you can’t listen to your favorite songs or FM radio station or get your mail and push notifications on the go? If you are an internet maniac like myself then plugging your device everytime is a habit you will have no choice but to embrace.

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About echenze

Student of life, social media enthusiast and blogger. I love gadgets, isn't that obvious? When I'm not on my Droid reading something or tweeting, I'm hunched over my computer doing my classwork and checking out the latest in tech. Basically, I have no life besides gadgets :)

5 responses to “Huawei U8150 IDEOS: A User’s Review”

  1. Vee says :

    I recommend rooting. Its really easy and unrisky and will make your phone perform so much better.

    • echenze says :

      Thanks Vee. Rooting is very necessary for anyone to tinker with his/her device. However attempt only when you are sure of what you are doing. That’s what I mean.

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