Affordable; 4GB memory; decent 5-megapixels camera.
The Huawei Ideos X5 has a clear, sharp display, HD 720p video capture, and a touch of premium styling.
No dedicated camera button; microSD slot hidden under back casing.
Call quality was variable.
By APC Magazine on August 09, 2011
Not all that long ago, the Ideos X5 couldâve counted itself as part of the smartphone elite. But with the next generation of smartphones now on the market, the X5âs features are looking a little more run-of-the-mill by...70
By TechSmart.co.za on July 27, 2011
Huawei’s IDEOS X5 smartphone isn’t the most exciting Android-running mobile around, but for a almost entry-level R2799 you do get some very nice mid-range specs. The latter includes its comparatively big display, productive 800 MHz processor...-
By TechCentral on July 19, 2011
The Huawei Ideos X5 is designed with the budget conscious user in mind. It may not have the fastest processor or a whopping amount of memory but it still works fine. If you are new to the Android OS and don't want to invest in a high-end phone then...-
By Tech2 on June 28, 2011
Huawei is one of those companies that have specialised in the manufacture of mobile handsets, for quite sometime now. They only recently made a debut in the Indian market, but failed to impress the community seeing as their U8-150 budget Android...65
By Smarthouse on June 22, 2011
The Huawei Ideos X5 is a 120x62x11mm smartphone that sports a 3.8 touchscreen with an 800x480 pixel resolution. The screen isn't too bright or sharp, but at least it's wide.On the backend, it hides an 800MHz Qualcomm CPU, 2GB of internal memory...60
By Channel News Australia on June 22, 2011
In terms of the look and feel of the phone, the X5 plays out like a ?lite? version of the HTC Desire range. It uses old Android software, there?s less processing power under the hood, it?s got a similar wide, large display, and for all that it?s half...60
By ITP.net on June 12, 2011
The X5 is a well-rounded device that packs plenty of punch. It has no glaring issues so if you’re in the market for an Android device and want a lot of bang for you buck, it’s worth a look....80
By BrightHub on May 25, 2011
Comparing the Huawei Ideos X5 to my old Nexus One, I would have to say that the former can give the latter a good run for its money. I did not expect Huawei to come up with such a robust and solidly built smartphone.Of course, it's not a perfect...-
By CNET Australia on April 20, 2011
The X5 looks great on paper and delivers a smooth, if basic, user experience. Its bargain price makes it easy to overlook the absence of certain features, especially for first-time smartphone...74
By ausdroid.net on April 19, 2011
The Huawei IDEOS X5 has to be the most powerful device in its price range, and I didn’t have an issue with it at all. Gaming worked, the software worked and the hardware didn’t offend me or anyone else. If you’re going for the...-