Let’s check out another of Huawei’s smartphones, this one being the Huawei Y600. This is another entry-level Android designed to suck in users with its ease of use, decent specs and great price. Oh, and it’s a dual-SIM phone so you know that it’s going to go over very well in South Africa.

The Huawei Y600 is a 5-inch smartphone with a FWVGA display – that’s a 854 x 480 resolution if you’re wondering.

The Huawei Y600 sports a dual-core MediaTek processor, the 1.3GHz MT6572 chip. It ships with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage as standard, with the option to get extra storage (up to 32GB) via a microSD addition.

Android 4.2, a solid incarnation of Google’s OS, is installed as standard. There are a couple of other features that you’re going to like, like the 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0 access.

There’s a fairly basic camera setup in the Huawei Y600, with a 0.3MP VGA front camera shipping along with a 5MP rear camera. That’s still not bad for entry-level, though.

And this whole lot is powered by a 2,100mAh battery which should ensure that you’re always connected to whatever it is you’re doing with the Huawei Y600’s 3G connection.

This might be a basic Android by today’s standards but it’s still a great jump-on point to get into smartphones. You’re going to want to upgrade soon though. Happily Huawei has you covered there as well.

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