hafeez, 15 Feb 2018what do you mean by drain?drian means finsh charging battry very quicly
I think mine might not be an exemption from the face recognition in huawei lua u22
So many different y3II, I thought I was buying a cheap 4G phone, in an emergency after breaking the screen on my daily drive, got it home and found out different. So I decided to play with it. Mine is LUA-U03. (didn't research it well enough)
Sucks that so many Y3II exist. Huawei don't support this phone, if u brick it u cannot get a stock firmware.
I had to use a Micromax Q380 aicp custom rom to recover this phone from a self imposed disaster. I would like to see what the stock rom performs like but the best I can do is an AOSP vanilla rom. This would be one of the few Huawei's that you can't get a stock firmware for. Probably the last Huawei I will ever own. Fixed my screen and now this thing is a toy. but not a favourite toy.
natasha, 11 Feb 2018The battery drain so fast!!what do you mean by drain?
I have this phone and it is very good and fast, mine is MTN model with 4G LTE and google apps and version 5.1 infact huawei is the largest telecommunication company in the world,check that on wikipedia.I pray that it will soon be upgraded.Glory be to Jesus and Honour to Mary.
mandie, 18 Dec 2017mine is 4G instead of 8, whyMine too 😔
And also can't read the mmc 😞
Bought this phone yesterday and so far, very good. Does everything that I want, is easy to use and came at a very reasonable price.
I'm very pleased with this phone. I do in fact read eBooks on it, using a reader called eBook prestige. It's neat and tidy and everything works well.
I bought this phone yesterday and I am very impressed with it. Has a beautiful interface, ample memory for a non tech person, sound quality is commendable, the internet works pretty well, the camera pixels are on par with other phones. I'd recommend this phone to anyone. 9/10 for Huwaei!
Which one is better, Huawei Y5C or Huawei Y3II. I want to read ebooks in my phone principally.
I bought a new Huawei LUA-U03 a few days ago. I asked for a dual SIM but it isn't.
WiFi connection is good at home, but it will not connect to any mobile (cell) network except in a very few places like the middle of the city. I live 100 km out, near a tower but even if I drive up to it - no signal. I have swapped SIM cards (same carrier) - card works everywhere in my old dumb phone but not in the U03.
So - it will make a connection in the city and next to another tower near the road on my way home. But will not connect to the tower near my house operated by the same carrier. Other people in the village have no problem making a connection. Doesn't sound like a SIM card problem, so what is it?
Cindebad, 25 Oct 2017I am using this phone for 18 months my big problem with this phone is its internal memory ... moreJust bought a new handset though I'm wondering why mine is a single Sim when the specifications give dual Sim. It's nice however.