Basic features were very good
The myTouch Q is a fine little phones. It doesn't aim to beat the leaders of the smartphone pack, and are instead gunning to place well in their bracket. It does.
The hardware is conservative and shies away from being flashy. That simply means this phone won't stand out in a crowd. I like the hardware, though I wish the keyboard on the Q was a bit better. Basic features, such as the screen, battery, signal performance and sound quality, were very good, with the exception of the speakerphone.
Every feature I tested on the myTouch Q worked as it should without problems. Some of the software is a bit finicky and has odd limitations, but overall the phone gets the job done.
Taken as a whole, Huawei did a commendable job with the myTouch Q. Perhaps the biggest detractor is the fact that this phone won't be updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Sure, that may not matter to first-time smartphone buyers, but for some it could be enough reason to pick another device.
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Eric M. Zeman from Phone Scoop (Aug 17, 2012) Helpful