Huawei IDEOS X6 Android phone (preview)

Huawei IDEOS X6 preview: Huawei's flagship Android smartphone boasts a 4.1in touchscreen

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Design, Signal
Touch sensor, keyboard
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I just bought this phone last week and love it. Compared to my previous phone (HTC myTouch 3G Slide), this one is lightning fast and has a much better screen. I've had no battery issues whatsoever, getting around 8-9 hours of consistent use with the stock battery. I am with T-Mobile in the U.S. and the 4G HSPA is considerably better than 3G for web browsing and downloads.

The phone itself is just pretty. Huawei kept it simple and clean with aluminum construction and an emphasis on screen size. Love speaker placement!

The touch screen sensor can be a little finicky sometimes but not too bad. If I could get the HTC Swype keyboard, I would. Also would like an official update to Gingerbread but Froyo is fine for now. All in all, great phone!

Bill de Groot



The 1 hour battery
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Supposed to be a portable phone that you use everday? Battery life means its charger reliant, like on a life support system. Spend the dollars somthing better,that doesn't turn it's self off every half hour!!

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