Huawei Y330 Hardware pictures
Huawei Y330 Specs
|CPU: 1.3GHz Dual Core||Camera: 3 megapixels|
|Battery: 1500mAh||RAM: 512MB|
|Wi-Fi: Yes||Internal Storage: 4GB|
|GPS: Yes||microSD: Up to 32GB|
|Pixel Density: 245ppi||Screen Size: 4 inches|
|OS: Android 4.2 Jelly Bean||Screen Resolution: 480x800px|
The Huawei Y330 runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and has full access to all apps via the Google Play Store. Huawei has customized the User Interface slightly and added some additional functionality with EmotionUI 2.0. All the default Android apps are present and addition pre-installed apps such as a phone manager app helps with ensuring that all unnecessary files and memory hungry apps are managed so that they do not hog the phone’s limited resources. The 1500mAh is enough to last more than a day before needing charging with average use. The mobile hotspot feature which allows the Y330 to share its internet connection with nearby devices is also a big plus. Though an affordable phone the Y330 does not feel flimsy or cheap and with its coloured back, bright screen and responsiveness combining to offer an excellent package.
Huawei Y330 Screenshots
When it comes to affordable smartphones the camera is usually where the phone underperforms and the Huawei Y330 is no different. There is no flash or front facing camera but camera is capable enough for taking quick snaps in well-lit environments.
Pricing and Conclusion
The Huawei Y330 is available in blue, yellow, pink, white, red and black at LIME stores in Jamaica for $6,995+GCT making it the cheapest smartphone available in the island. Paired with LIME’s mobile internet rates which are as low as $50 for 3 days the Huawei Y330 is the perfect match for the price conscious consumer, teenagers and first time smartphone users.
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