Huawei intends to offer a value proposition with their latest smartphone, the Huawei SnapTo. I would presume that the name will take some getting used to at first, since it might read more like a Chinese name rather than that of a smartphone moniker. My personal preference aside, the SnapTo from Huawei intends to deliver unlocked affordability to the masses. Just how easy is it going to be on your pockets? How about enjoying an Android device without having to break the $200 price point, not to mention being able to have it as an unlocked device to boot?
The Huawei SnapTo will run on Android 4.4 KitKat, where it will be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor that ought to be able to handle most of the regular tasks and applications that you throw in its direction. It will be accompanied by a 5” HD (1280×720) display, sport a 5MP shooter at the back with LED flash, a front-facing 2MP shooter that ought to be able to capture some decent selfies, a 2,200mAh battery, 1GB RAM and a removable memory card slot for expansion purposes.
It should not be too difficult to capture those special moments, where you just need to press the lower volume button twice in order to shoot a spontaneous moment thanks to the Ultra Snapshot camera activation feature.
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