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Old July 24th, 2011, 08:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Does the Huawei Ideos S7 Slim come with any Google apps?

Does the Huawei Ideos S7 Slim come with any Google apps?

* Google Talk with video chat

* Gmail

* Google Maps

* Google Maps Navigation (Is that different from regular Google maps? I think so.)

* Google Calendar

If any (or all) do not come pre-installed, are they easy to install and use?


Also: Can one use Google Sky as an app, or does that have to be done through regular Wifi web browsing?


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Old July 25th, 2011, 10:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Does the Huawei Ideos S7 Slim come with any Google apps?

* Google Talk with video chat
* Gmail
* Google Maps
* Google Maps Navigation (Is that different from regular Google maps? I think so.)
* Google Calendar

If any (or all) do not come pre-installed, are they easy to install and use?

Also: Can one use Google Sky as an app, or does that have to be done through regular Wifi web browsing?
It does come with Talk, Gmail, Maps, Navigation and Calendar already built-in, after all it IS an Android device - and that's Google's operating system.

By going to Market, you can download 1000's of other applications, many of them free, a few for a couple of bucks, and a some much higher. I run a bunch of applications on my Huawei Ideos S7 ranging from free to about $50. They all work just fine. Quite frankly I love the device, it does everything I want it to, and it was less than $300. I've used mine for almost six months, so I'm very comfortable with it.
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It does come with Talk, Gmail, Maps, Navigation and Calendar already built-in, after all it IS an Android device - and that's Google's operating system.

By going to Market, you can download 1000's of other applications, many of them free, a few for a couple of bucks, and a some much higher. I run a bunch of applications on my Huawei Ideos S7 ranging from free to about $50. They all work just fine. Quite frankly I love the device, it does everything I want it to, and it was less than $300. I've used mine for almost six months, so I'm very comfortable with it.
Where can I BUY a Slim? I tried Best Buy yesterday...they still have a display model working and everything (and it is SOO much better than my s7, which I bought in March locally at a Best Buy for $300), but all the Best Buys in my area say they sent their Slim stock back to Huawei, as per some stupid agreement. Now I have to try to find an online site to buy one...but I can't find any that carry it. It's like Huawei doesn't really want to sell the damn things...that's a foreign company for you: strange mindset.
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