Huawei Discovery Expedition mobile phone

Huawei's durable Discovery Expedition can take one hell of a beating

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this phone scores high on the durability factor.being someone that just wants to make calls and send messages,it does just that,and it has stood up to a few complete drenchings,and liberal applications of fine sawdust.not one for the techies,but if it can survive an irish summer,being dropped 100+ft drops into muddy puddles,its well worth aquiring.9/10
very basic software,speaker and mic can be a bit muffled during voice calls.the music player also skips a bit when you are going through media library for next track,so bear that in mind if you want to play through a system.must try making a playlist first,and see if that remedys that glitch.also having trouble getting network settings for this phone,as i reside in eire,and the phone is an aus/nz model.will take it to o2 shop tomorrow,and post results in case anyone else in the same boat.
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all in all im happy with this product,maybe a higher spec camera should have been installed.very much doubt I will be filming any discovery documentaries on this,but I did take an underwater pic of my friends goldfish.just try that with an I phone.this device is a good,functional machine,nostalgic with its size and weight.calkl me an idiot,but I really like it.

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