UK stores will see the Huawei Ascend Y300 mobile phone arrive today carrying a very-reasonable price tag.
The handset will hit shops at the budget-friendly price of £69.95 or £7.50 per month which is fairly-reasonable in a market where smartphones can set you back hundreds of pounds.
People first got a glimpse of the affordable device back in February when it was unveiled at the Mobile World Conference 2013.
However, now it will be reaching stores so everyone can try out the features for themselves. The smartphone runs Android Jelly Bean and carries a 1GHz dual-core processor and a four-inch display.
It also has a fairly competent five-megapixel camera at the back and a 0.3-megapixel one at the front.
Although Huawei devices don’t always impress or make much of a mark on the Western world, this device may be worth a shot for the modest price it will set you back.
Posted by Simon Thomas