As an Android smartphone, the Huawei Impulse 4G ships with version 2.2 of the software a.k.a. Froyo as its operating system. It weighs 125 grams, features a 3.8-inch screen with motion and proximity sensors underneath, offers Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless capabilities, expandable memory up to 32GB, a built-in 5MP camera, and a built-in FM radio. A 4GB microSD card is included with the Huawei Impulse 4G to get you started. It also offers up to 10 days of standby time on a single full charge.
Available exclusively in the US from AT&T, the Impluse ships with a rather measly 512MB of internal storage but comes with a 4GB microSD card in the box, a smart move on Huawei's considering the number of people who run into memory capacity issues.
While not for the power user, the Impulse looks to be a pretty solid phone that will work for most budgets. In other words, what it lacks, it makes up for in savings.
Need to Know: Huawei Impulse 4G
1. 4GB microSD card is included free in every package. (The Good)
2. Fairly large, high-resolution touchscreen display. (The Good)
3. Very limited amount of internal storage space at 512MB. (The Bad)
4. Lacks advanced wireless features like NFC and 4G LTE network support. (The Bad)
Reviews (6.5/10 Avg. rating)
A decent Android powered smartphone without the hefty price point
Power users will undoubtedly keep their distance, but for anyone who wants a decent Android powered smartphone without the hefty price point, you’ll be glad to check out the value conscious AT&T Impulse 4G. Sure it might be rough around the edges in some categories and doesn’t off... More
Power users will undoubtedly keep their distance, but for anyone who wants a decent Android powered smartphone without the hefty price point, you’ll be glad to check out the value conscious AT&T Impulse 4G. Sure it might be rough around the edges in some categories and doesn’t offer astounding specs, but it’s almost hard to not like the $30 cost it’s sporting out of the gate since it’s undeniably tempting. For Huawei, it’s seemingly a win for them since they’re able to establish themselves respectably on AT&T’s lineup with their balanced offering. Is it cheap? Of course, but at least it sprinkles a dash of solidness so that it doesn’t embody those cheapo qualities.Less
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