Optus Huawei Y635

Optus has added another new 4G mobile to their pre-paid line-up, with the Huawei Y635.

With a large 5″ screen, the Huawei Y635 offers customers bang for their buck on the Optus pre-paid network, with a phone able to access the new 700MHz 4G network, as well as the older, yet consistently reliable 1800MHz network. The phone has decent specs including:

  • 5” FWVGA IPS display (854 x 480)
  • 1.2GHz Quad Core Qualcomm MSM8916 Processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8GB (3.7GB available to the user), expandable to 32GB via MicroSD
  • 5MP Rear Camera, 2MP Front Facing
  • Android 4.4 (KitKat)
  • WiFi: 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.0
  • Battery: 2,000 mAh
  • Network Connectivity:
    • 3G: 900/2100/1900 MHz
    • 4G: 700/1800/2100/2600 MHz
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 143.97 x 72.87 x 10.2 mm @ 178g

The other selling point is that the Y635 also qualifies for 3-months of Netflix offer from Optus, which is available when you purchase and activate any prepaid device. For more information you can see optus.com.au/netflix and netflix.com/termofuse.

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If you would like to purchase, or find out more about the Huawei Y635, you can head over to the Optus Pre-Paid website or your local Optus Store for $139.

Source: Optus Pre-Paid.
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Hai TRAN (Harry)
Hai TRAN (Harry)
4 years ago

It’s depended to what you ask for, how far u look 4 a flashy phone under 100 bucks ( Post Office offer $ 99.00 / save $ 20 ), which can access to the most interesting in the communication societies network. It’s my 2nd Huawei phone, my first HW is HW Acend G510 the pair same price , also Optus Prepaid, the Y 635 today a lot better,from size , camera, memory and battery, screen is same, flaring , completely dark under sunshine. It’s slowdown or frozen if u have many apps running in the background. I’ve liked it, have… Read more »

Pumpino
Pumpino
5 years ago

It’s cheap…but pretty nasty, too. The screen has a very low resolution, 1GB RAM means it’s slow, a poor battery, and KitKat with no chance of an update to Lollipop. It would be better to spend a few more dollars on a Moto G.