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Buy T-Mobile Prism II

Buy T-Mobile Prism II
Buy T-Mobile Prism II


Product Added : September 26th, 2013
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T-Mobile Prism II


T-Mobile Prism II

Surf the web, sync with your social networks, and download thousands of apps with the AndroidTM-powered T-Mobile PRISM® II.

• Shop apps in the Google Play StoreTM
• Capture and share moments anywhere
• Access your favorite websites anytime

Size and weight
Height: 4.6 inches
Width: 2.44 inches
Depth: 0.49 inches
Weight: 3.88 ounces

Operating system
Android 4.1 Jellybean

Memory
512 MB RAM
4 GB ROM
External memory up to 32 GB

Connectivity
3G Capable
Band/frequency: 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz
UMTS Band II: 1900 MHz
UMTS Band IV: (AWS)
Bluetooth®
Hearing Aid Compatibility: M3 & T3

Camera, photos, and video
Camera resolution: 3.2 Megapixel

  • 3.2 Megapixel Camera; Take high-quality pictures from your phone that you can enlarge or print.
  • 3G Capable; Quickly connect to the Internet via 3G anywhere within the T-Mobile USA 3G network.
  • Android 4.1 Jellybean; Google’s latest version of the Android OS including Google Now and “Butter” performance improvements.
  • Sleek gray coloration with lime green accents around camera lens; A phone with a fashion statement
  • Included in box: T-Mobile Prism II Phone, Battery & Charger, Start Guide, Terms & Conditions, T-Mobile SIM Card

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  1. 25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I like it!, August 25, 2013
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    This review is from: T-Mobile Prism II (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    Just bought this phone yesterday and it is my first touch screen phone. Till now I’ve always had clam shell type flip phones but got to the point where I wanted to be able to do some stuff like check email and messenger and google maps etc. I bought this phone on a whim and now see the big geek sites don’t exactly give it rave reviews. I guess they’re just used to all the bells and whistles you get with the I phone and the top tier phones like Samsung galaxy etc but those cost a bundle and this phone was under $100 and if you want a great starter smart phone that won’t break the bank this is it.

    I’ve had no problems, can’t say it’s real intuitive though partly it is but it’s just very different from the type menus and things you do on a non smart phone. But it’s not been too hard at all and I’m 65 so I guess you can teach an old dog new tricks. I’m not a stranger to technology and get by ok on computers but this is definitely a new experience but I’m loving it. To me the phone is quick and responsive, the graphics are excellent and the 3mp camera does a fine job and there’s all kinds of editing software to do different things with your pics once you’ve taken them.

    My big concern was being able to type texts on a touch screen as I was used to using predictive text (T-9) on my flip phone. But this phone comes with “Swype” a software program that lets you just drag your finger from the first letter of a word to the last and it automatically puts your word in for you and it learns your words too! What could be better?

    The phone takes an SD memory card up to 32 GB which is awesome and since I was already on T-Mobile I just switched my sim card from my old phone to this one and was ready to go. I like the size of the phone , didn’t want one of the bigh giant ones and this 3.5″ screen is just fine for me . I’ve had no problems seeing the details or reading, it’s much bigger than any thing I ever had on a flip phone.

    So while this may not be the phone for you if you’re used to a Galaxy 3 or Apple I-phone etc I would definitely recommend it as a first touch screen phone or to anyone who wants all the basic functions of web, text and calling but doesn’t have or want to spend a bundle or finance a phone. And the calls are crystal clear and loud by the way. My callers tell me I sound much better than I did on my Sony Ericsson flip phone and I hear them better as well.

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  2. 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent phone for the price, but has issues., September 1, 2013
    By 
    O. Gonzalez “nycwolf” (New York City) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: T-Mobile Prism II (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    Not a bad phone for the price. It comes with Android 4.1.1. here’s my 2 cents about this phone.

    The Good: light weight, decent battery life. bright screen. MicroSD 32GB support, 480p resolution screen is clear.

    The Bad: Only has about 512MB of system ram so you must make sure you don’t have too many things running in the background. You must remove battery before you can remove/insert MicroSD Card. Will not play back 720p Videos.

    Other: The Prism II seems to have a CPU that’s about 15%-20% weaker than my Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant.

    Issue 1: When I’m listening to Music on the phone using standard headphones, & a call comes in, I have to disconnect the headphones to take the call because the phone “thinks” the headphones have a mic. I can hear the caller on the headphones, but the caller can’t hear me. They really need to fix that. can’t find any option to use the phones Mic while using Headphones during a call like I can with my Galaxy S2.

    Issue 2: When listening to Music, the phone on occasionally enters “Voice Dialing” mode. I installed WinAmp & the problem got better, & now only happens very rarely. Seems like there is an issue with the phone or it’s software. I have contacted Huawei & informed them about this issue, hoping they can tell me whats causing it.

    Conclusion: This is the kinda phone you give to someone who’s just getting their first Android Phone, or one you give to the Kids. Not for Power Users due to weak CPU, Lack of TV Output, or Low Resolution Screen. Plays Angry Birds just fine! You will have a great time on the s***ter!

    2 Stars removed. 1 for the Headphone Issue, 1 for the Voice Dialing issue.

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  3. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not bad at all, but the battery life sucks, September 12, 2013
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    This review is from: T-Mobile Prism II (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    This phone is nice, sturdy, not bad for a started android. However, I’ve never seen the battery at 100%. Other than that, no power issues, as opposed to the Concord, which I returned recently for a full refund. I would give the prism four stars had the battery seemed to charge all the way to 100.

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