I love this phone. Slim, good battery life, simple and it works. I downloaded a few games for it too and they're surprisingly good.
i like that huawei i have this unit in my hands it easy to find the simcard open the battery take a look the simcard inside under there is a slot card
can anyone tell me the nck password fr this fone..........need it asap......
can any1 tell me where do we put in the sd card for this phone plz help
Bought this CDMA phone in Moldova.
It has built-in romanian language.
Great MP3 player (for a mobile phone).
Good internet browser.
Built-in pc software.
Can anybody tell me if this Huawei U1250 works with a Mac? I would like to upload some tunes and photos.
Just picked one up and just love it. For the price it's pretty awesome. The buttons are a little on the small side and can get tiring after a while but it's a nice design with compact size.
I really like this phone for basic calling and texting. I don't use it for internet access. My problem is that when the phone powers off (ie flat battery), it doesn't automatically receive texts again after it is charged. Calls go through, but I often get text messages, and they are not received. If I text to myself, the message comes through, with all the other messages. Also I cannot find a way to get an audible reminder that I have a missed call or message waiting. The phone does light up at intervals, but it is silent regardless of the settings, so unless you are watching it, you don't notice. Has anyone else experienced this? Any solutions? The manual is not very helpful. It is branded Virgin mobile (Australia) so I may try calling them.
I picked up this puppy for $29 on the Wind network. Downloaded a couple of mp3 ringtones which rectified the low ringer volume problem. The small font and icon size on the home screen may be a problem for anyone over the age of 40. But the phone seems to be well made, call quality is quite good, camera is decent. For the money, I think it's a steal!
please someone tell me how to download new themes of this phone.there is only 2 themes.
I got one of these on the 2Degrees Network (New Zealand) although its a U1251. Below average average phone.
Good points are its slim, quite light weight, good camera, good ear speaker volume, looks good, 3G, lack of irritating external side buttons rather it has only volume control which is great and good internal memory.
Average points are the battery life, not great but not the worst I have seen and it seems to have the worlds shortest charger cord.
Bad points, small font that is non adjustable, small range of poor ring tones, annoying features like the screen doesn't default back to home screen after texting or calling meaning the key pad doesn't lock.
Worst of all the speaker volume for the ringer is far too quiet and there is no reminder that you have missed a call or text which you can do quite easily unless the screen is activated.
The keys are skinny meaning inadvertant key presses.
The email to handset interface system is next to impossible to set up even though it has an email screen and 2Degrees wouldn't have a clue how to do it either. In fact I haven't managed to do so yet.
Lastly the phone came in a 2Degrees box with a less than helpful manual and although it has FM radio they don't equip it with a head phone set which means you can't access the radio.
Summed up it doesn't do any function all that well.
I have been unsuccessful in getting this phone to receive mms. I received the text but no picture. Can anyone offer any help? I'm with Wind Mobile. mms account settings seem alright, mms centre: http://mms.windmobile.ca , WAP gateway: 220.127.116.11, connection type: http, network access point: mms.
best chinese phone i have seen, screen resolution when on the internet is unbeleivable. the browser is also good. plus plenty of java games and music to down load on memory card
It has awounderful camera,internet,sound and others.I saw it at MTN service center then i had to find out its functions from the internet b4 buying it.But their a two thing which were missing GPS and RADIO.
I purchased this phone as a backup phone. I am currently with the Canadian carrier Wind Mobile. I don't know if they got a special edition phone for their network, but mine seems to have a few features not listed here.
1: It is technically 3G+ using the 1700 and 2100 frequencies for data (t-mobile uses them in the states, Wind in Canada)
2: It has the capability to USB-tether to a computer and act as a wireless modem.
I spent $70 on this phone, and have been very satisfied. If I was looking for the features that I got with it, I would have expected to pay much more, but at the time, I just wanted a phone that didn't cost a lot of money that I could use as a back-up to my smart phone.