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Anything short of that should require a warning to the consumer about the practical limitations of the phone. I've got a Y550 as well ( special from Dick Smith). I was pleased with the first speed test (from home location) of my Y6 = 31/13 Mbps. While I think I'd go for a Qualcomm processor, all other things being equal based on ignorance/bias (I need some more edukation), one thing I really like about MTK phones is that they have a engineering menu that I believe allows you lock out whatever bands you want rather than being restricted to just choosing an access technology e.g. Could some people please go into that and confirm which frequencies are available.I thought you needed the Mobile Uncle app but according to one app in the play store, apparently dialling *#*#3646633#*#* is all you need.*I've heard that Kogan SIM's work in most locked Vodafone phones, but it would probably only cost around to unlock it if it doesn't so no big risk..
Does the version of Android shipped make use of 64 bit capabilities anyway? The low frequencies 700Mhz for Optus and Telstra, 850Mhz for Vodafone are used for "coverage". Even without the 2600Mhz band it is still very impressive in what it covers, it's a nice bonus to get the 850MHz band on 4G, I use that one quite a bit and most phones don't have it at all There are several specs pages for Y6 phones on the web, but none seem to match the one Vodafone are offering, the majority have a 1.1 GHz CPU, 5MP rear camera and other differences.The Huawei Y6 Elite 4G is a new prepaid phone now on offer for 9 from Vodafone, it has a 5" screen and comes with 8GB onboard memory, Android 5.1 (Lollipop) and a Quad-core 1.3 GHz 64-bit processor.As is usual with Vodafone's recent prepaid offerings, this phone covers just about all the required 3G and 4G bands to enable it to be used on all the Australian carriers, quite a bonus when you consider the low price it is being offered at, especially this week while Coles have it on sale at in their current catalog. service Type=prepay Huawei Y6 Elite 4G Technical Specifications: Operating System: Android 5.1 (Lollipop) Processor Chip: Quad-core 1.3 GHz 64-bit Processor Internal Memory Capacity: 8GB External Memory: Expandable up to 128GB with micro SD 8MP rear-facing camera 2MP front-facing camera Camera: Front-facing camera: 2MP Rear-facing camera: 8MP Auto Focus, Geo-tagging, Touch Focus, Face Detection, Panorama, HDR Digital Zoom Flash Type: LED Video Recording: [email protected] Battery: Talk Time: Up to 10 hours Standby Time: Up to 18 days Type & Capacity: 2200 m Ah Li-Ion Network: 2G Network Band: 850/900/1800/1900 3G Network Band: 850/900/2100 4G Network Band: 700/800/850/900/ 1800/2100 LTE Cat 4 Device Data Capability: 4G Display: Screen Size: 5" IPS LCD Screen Main Screen Resolution: 720 x 1280 (294 ppi) Touchscreen Size & Weight: H x W x D: 144.2mm x 72.5mm x 8.85mm Weight: 140 grams Look forward to hearing comments from anyone who has purchased this, I'm very tempted to get one but have no real need for it at the moment.I disagree on what is "just adequate" for a phone like this, Android will often cache apps in RAM and not free up the memory till its needed, so looking at the amount of free (or used) RAM is not always a true sign it is out of memory. Model is LYO-L02, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage has 4BG used leaving 3.56GB free. Have a 1GB RAM Optus prepaid tablet, Maps Chrome with 2 tabs email and apps will reload. Will take a while in Australia as per usual though.Obviously installing some bloated game or app that was never intended to run on a cheapo phone will cause it stress, but for normal use 1GB is heaps for most people. The bigger issue is Huawei's rubbish Emotion UI and out of the box this isn't running Marshmallow which is sloppy for 9 RRP.
It would be hard to imagine that it uses any of it's 64 bit capability, I don't think any of the Huawei cheaper models have done so far.