Huawei M835 now available at MetroPCS for just $79.99 without contract

MetroPCS has started selling the Huawei M835, a very affordable Android-powered device that’s actually a rebranded Huawei Ideos. The M835 (like the Ideos) is not a top of the line offering by any stretch of the imagination, but it is cheap. And it’s a cheap smartphone. That alone makes it a great deal for many.

And cheap it is at MetroPCS as well. The carrier will now give you one for just $79.99. That’s with no contract signing involved, and it’s after a $50 ‘instant discount’ – which may or may not stick around for long. So if you don’t mind being a MetroPCS customer and are after a very cheap but still quite capable Android smartphone, perhaps you should go and get yourself a Huawei M835 right now.

The Huawei M835 has a 2.8-inch 240×320 capacitive touchscreen, a 3.2 MP camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, microSD card support, and a 1200 mAh battery.

Via Phone Arena

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • Joshua Coy

    is MetroPCS ever going to launch any windows phone 7 devices sometime soon? All I ever see them launch anymore is an Android device every few months or so, and it gets kind of pale when all they seem to sell anymore is a single OS line of phones. I mean they only have one WinMo device, one BB device, and like 4 android devices. I hope that Android isn’t going to be MetroPCS’s main approach towards smartphones because they wouldn’t be offering any other alternative to people who want a smartphone without signing a contract, but yet don’t want an Android based OS. Hopefully when Nokia starts rolling out their WP7 devices next year MetroPCS will be fortunate enough to at least get one. that’s all I ask for is for them to get AT LEAST ONE WP7 device. Does anybody have any legitimate info about the possibility of MetroPCS getting one?

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    oh really? I would greatly appreciate it if you could tell me :)