john.smith

[YouTube] Orange Monte Carlo compares to San Francisco Huawei Titan Ideos X5 & HTC HD2

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I'm so glad I bought a Huawei U8800, Angry Birds is so smooth and fluid :-)

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I'm so glad I bought a Huawei U8800, Angry Birds is so smooth and fluid :-)

Thanks for making all OMC owners feel bad ;) lol jks. I'm using BlueGinger and Angry Birds is as smooth as can be :)

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He says the huawei runs @800 mhz.

doesnt it run 1ghz?

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The Huawei U8800 uses a second generation ARMv7 processor, so even though it's only 800mhz it's much faster than a first generation processor running at 1ghz.

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Yeah I think stock (Orange one in particular) ROM sucks and believe modded ROM should give a better performance, just that Cyanogen or StirFry or similar sort is not available yet.

Thanks for making all OMC owners feel bad ;) lol jks. I'm using BlueGinger and Angry Birds is as smooth as can be :)

OMC runs at 800MHz also, and again U8800 runs #void2.2.2 (a modded ROM) which gives better gaming results along with the more advanced processor.

The Huawei U8800 uses a second generation ARMv7 processor, so even though it's only 800mhz it's much faster than a first generation processor running at 1ghz.

I think the biggest selling point of OMC / Skate is the 4.3" screen for a budget Android phone, but of course an improved / smoother graphic performance is definitely welcome.

Just expecting it to be sold at 99 quid and sells like hot cakes by Christmas time!

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