It can be easy to lose track of all the other great smartphone OEM’s that are out there when it seems that HTC, Samsung, Motorola, and LG take all the limelight. One such great company is Huawei, which is a multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company, and today they have announced one of their latest products, the SnapTo. The SnapTo is an entry level smartphone that is tailored for users that want the great experience of owning an Android smartphone but may not be able to afford the latest flagships, or they do not wish to be tied down with monthly contracts and prefer prepaid plans instead. Whatever the case may be, the SnapTo costs only a $180, which is great price compared to what other smartphones costs nowadays.
The SnapTo is powered by Android 4.4, has a 5-inch HD display, 5 MP rear camera with 720p video recording capability, 2 MP front camera, 2200 mAh battery and 1 GB of ram. Also included is a Snapdragon 400, quad-core processor and removable storage capability. As you can see, the specs are not spectacular, but for a $180 dollars, you can’t really complain. The device is will work with most U.S GSM carreirs and can be pre-ordered via Amazon starting now using the links provided.