Huawei Ascend Y600 now available in Mexico with Telcel

The Huawei Ascend Y600 is a smartphone that reaffirms the strategy and trajectory of the Asian company in Mexico. Following the line of his project announced late last year, where they established the firm goal of conquering the domestic market based on a line of smartphones with upper-middle to low-end price range features.

That is where we have seen various terminals with some interesting qualities now follow their marked the arrival of Huawei Ascend Y600, a mobile by its power and price becomes a very attractive competitor in the market course. Xue Man, CEO Huawei Mexico , said at the time that Mexico is a competitive market with opportunities for real growth for your company, why plan to boost its division smartphones and network infrastructure, creating hundreds of jobs and investing up to 320 million dollars (15% more than in 2013) to win the Mexican market. Offering this range of phones with different configurations, it may seem disparate in some cases, with models that support the latest in connection technology but where the rest of your hardware is relatively limited.

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The new Huawei Ascend Y600, already available with Telcel, has support for 3G networks , runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, with the power of a dual core 1.3 GHz processor speed, RAM 512 MB, storage capacity internal 4 GB expandable up to 32 GB, and a relatively large screen of 5 inches with an average resolution of 480 by 854 pixels at a density of 196 ppi. As regards your camera has a 5 megapixel rear without flash but with support for HD video at 720p, and a VGA secondary camera.

As we can see the Ascend Y600 is limited in some areas and relatively strong in others, with their pros and cons, at a cost of smartphone $ 2,359 pesos represents an interesting alternative, especially for those limited budgets, for users who are in the process of making the jump from a regular cell phone to a smartphone.

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