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HUAWEI C8825D Ascend G330C Android4.0+S4 MSM8625 Dual-core 1G Dual-SIM CDMA+GSM

Model: C8825D Availability: In Stock
Origin: Made in China Last Updated: 2012-08-19

Average Rating: 3 of 5 Stars!
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GENERAL SPECIFICS
Brand / Model Huawei C8825 Ascend G330C
Phone Type Smartphone/music phone/ Dual-cameras phone/ dual-core and 3G phone/
Listing time 2012.8
Network Technology GSM+CDMA2000 "Dual-sim One GSM,One CDMA"
Phone Band 2G GSM 900/1800,CDMA EVDO 800/1900 MHz
OS / System Android ICS 4.0
Phone Style Bar
Diagonal Screen Size 4.0 Inch
Screen material IPS
Display Color 16 million
Display Resolution 480X800 Pixels
Touch Screen Capacitive Screen, Multi-touchable
CPU Brand Snapdragon MSM8225
CPU Snapdragon MSM8625  S4 Dual-core 1GHz
GPU Adreno 203
Memory Capacity 512 MB RAM,4G ROM
Standard package contents Rechargeable Li-lon BatteryX1, Headphone, Data Cable X 1, Manual X 1, Charger X 1
Battery Capacity 1500mAH 
Color Black
Dimensions 122.5×62.5×11.2mm
Weight 140g
Basic Features
Ring Tone 64 Melody, Support MP3 Music
Contacts Business Management
Message SMS MMS message
E-mail Support E-mail sending and receiving
Input method Handwriting Input, English Input, Chinese Input and Third-Party Inputs
Game pre-loaded games
Office Features Support TXT,Adobe PDF,Office(word,excel,ppt)
Main Features Build-in Antenna,Clock,Build-in Vibration,Mode,Standby Picture,Caller Picture,Caller Ring
Additional Features Clock,Calendar,Calculator,Schedule,notepad,to do,World Clock,Currency Converter,Unit Conversion,Stop Watch,Automatic Keyboard Lock
Gravity Sensing Support Gravity Sensing
Distance Sensing Automatically Adjust Screen Brightness
Acceleration Sensing Support Acceleration sensing
Electronic Compass Support Electronic Compass Function
Data Application Features
Bluetooth Bluetooth v2.1+EDR,A2DP Bluetooth Stereo
Data Service CDMA 1X,EVDO rev.A
JAVA Support Java
WAP Network WAP 2.0
WWW Browser (Support www Browser)
Data Cable micro USB Interface ,USB 2.0
Expansion Card Support TF Card(microSD Card), expandable to 32GB
WiFi(WLAN) Support WiFi
GPS Positioning System Support GPS, Support A-GPS Internet-assisted Navigation
Build-in Camera Features
Camera Pixel 5.0 million pixels
Camera Build-in 2 Cameras
Sensor type CMOS Sensor
Deputy Camera Build-in Deputy Camera, 0.3 Million pixels
Flash LED Light
Photo Quality Support Maximum 2056x1920 Resolution for Taking Pictures
Snapshot Features Auto Focus, Face Recognition
Camcorder Audio and Video Capture 720p (1280x720,30Frames/Second)
Multimedia Features
SNS Service QQ, MSN, Microblog ETC
Multimedia 3.5mm Headphone Interface, E-books
MP3 Player Support MP3 Player, Support AAC,WMA,AMR,M4A,MP3,WAV and Other Formats
Video Player Support Video Player, Support 3gp, 3g2, wmv, avi, MP4, ASP and other formats
Picture Formats Support JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP and Other Formats.
Other Features Other

Average Rating: 3 of 5 Stars!

4 of 5 Stars! by Rasti; Saturday 07 September, 2013

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1 of 5 Stars! by Greg; Sunday 01 September, 2013

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1 of 5 Stars! by Argery; Friday 30 August, 2013

Nice phone, The OEM Shop stinks!This item <a­href="http://jdinimk.com">adtesvired</a>­as new was not in manufacturers packaging, also included no­manuals. Entered ##786# to find out if phone is truly new­as-<a­href="http://jdinimk.com">adtesvired</a>.­It is not, it's a refurb that I could have gotten cheaper­elsewhere. I ordered the Palm Pixi Plus and the Stereo­Headphones together but didn't receive headphones, emailed­The OEM Shop, 5 days later. no response. Called their listed­# 718-362-2255 and it's out of service. Just noticed that­only one speaker is working. You get what you pay for but I­paid for new. I think I lost $55 here as I'm afraid to­return and wind up losing all I have to show for this deal­which is the refurbed semi-functional phone. Given the­ethics of The OEM Shop I wonder if should worry about having­my identity stolen when using this device.Nice phone, The­OEM Shop stinks!Enter ##786# to check if your new phone is­refurbed.


1 of 5 Stars! by EDisson; Friday 30 August, 2013

I bought this Palm Pixi Plus to relacpe a failing Palm Pre­Plus. My biggest complaint about the Pre Plus was its­keyboard, it was hard to use, and keys often failed. It was­my third Pre, and I still have time on my contract, so even­though I want to switch to an Android based phone, I chose­to go with this because the price (where as an Android phone­would be much more expensive).Positives:So far, my­experience with the Palm Pixi Plus has been much better than­the Palm Pre Plus. The hardware seems to be built a little­better (no sliding moving parts), the keyboard is much­easier to use and is responsive (however, my R key needs­to be pushed a little harder than the others to respond. ­Even though it clicks , it won't type until you press just­a little bit more. Still MUCH better than my Pre.) I like­the size of the Pixi better than the Pre as I'm not a fan of­having a huge smart phone.I only really use the device to­receive e-mail, check social networking sites, and look up­information on the go. I do not play games on it, and would­not recommend it to those looking for a smartphone to play­games. Music sounds fine, as do calls. Mobile hotspot is a­nice feature and works well (it even passes on GPS­information to my iPod Touch)The GPS is a little frustrating­to use due to Verizon's ability to lock out parts of a­device you own, until you buy the monthly subscription fee. ­(Although, if you open the VZNav App, and don't click­anything, then open a GPS enabled App, it'll work fine.)I­love Synergy, importing contacts from your e-mail, social­networking sites, syncing your calendars, etc. ­Notifications don't get in the way and are easy to manage. ­Gestures work REALLY well, once you get the hang of it.You­have more customization available to you than an iOS device,­wallpapers, ringtones, notification tones,­etc.Negatives:Coming from a Palm Pre Plus, I have to say­that this is a slower device. Apps take longer to load, and­transitions don't seem as fluid. It has a smaller screen­than the Pre, but still readable. Being that it's a Palm­device, your choice of Apps is very limited (in comparison­to the iOS App Store, or Android Market), so if you are­looking for something with a large number of cool apps, look­elsewhere. It has the basics, but outside of that its­nothing too special. On top of it all, most apps are­written for the Pre and are not compatible with the Pixi. ­So, some of the better apps out there won't even work with­this device.The camera is something to be desired. I­wouldn't ever buy this device for taking photos, but nice to­have for random shots.There is no voice command for the­phone. Hands free is not possible with this device because­this feature is missing. Be careful out there!The charging­door is a real pain to use, with the door constantly­flipping back because of the strong magnetic pull. A­touchstone back really should have been included in this­device.For those using Google Voice, your options are pretty­limited in comparison to other platforms.You are limited to­webOS 1.4.5. HP said they will not support the current­Pre's and Pixi's. Real bummer since they did tell us we­would be getting webOS 2.0.I've had lots of trouble with my­Palm Pre Plus in the past due to hardware issues. My hope­is that this device lasts. However, these Palm device are­KNOWN for having hardware build quality issues. Be­warned!WARNING:Verizon REQUIRES you to have a smartphone­plan if you use this device, meaning your plan could­increase by 30 dollars a month, even if you won't be using­the data on 3G (and using purely WiFi). I don't agree with­this mentality at all. Also, this is NOT a world class­phone, and will only work on USA CDMA networks.Tips:Install­Preware to get some more functionality off the device. I­would also classify this between a true smartphone, and a­feature phone. It works well for what it can do, but don't­expect anything beyond that. It's a communication tool that­can also play music, videos, check appointments, and surf­the internet. Don't ask it to do too much else, and you­will be happy.


4 of 5 Stars! by Lorena; Wednesday 28 August, 2013

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