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  Reply # 1041471 10-May-2014 19:47
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Girlfriend just picked this device up for $359 from Noel Leeming, great build and pretty damn quick.  An awesome mid range phone I think!

 

In the box came the device, an iPhone like case (for free!) headphones, charging cable and usb charger.

KitKat is expected to be released next month for the device, so that's also a huge positive.

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  Reply # 1041472 10-May-2014 20:02
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My niece has one.
It's a pretty nice phone, I'm not keen on huawei android skin & icons though.
It's pretty similar to a galaxy S3, in most regards, except storage capacity

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  Reply # 1041799 11-May-2014 18:21
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Dairyxox: My niece has one.
It's a pretty nice phone, I'm not keen on huawei android skin & icons though.
It's pretty similar to a galaxy S3, in most regards, except storage capacity


See I would put the S3 far below the P6, due to its build quality being garbage, and that horrible pentile display.

The 8GB wasn't a problem as the girlfriend has a 32GB MicroSD card for everything.

I think its definitely closer to a girls phone but I'm thinking of picking one up just for fun. I'm a little worried that the Android Kernal it runs doesn't support trim, needed for keeping the flash memory fast. Hopefully they address that or it will end up being a similar situation to the Nexus 7 (2012)

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