I thought I wanted a dumb phone.
I bought it — and returned it after three days. It was too dumb. It was fine for talking but texting only worked when the messages were strictly text. I couldn’t receive pictures. The camera also sucked, comparatively. I didn’t care about social networking but I did need my Google calendar with me.
I exchanged the T-Mobile 768 for the Prism 2.
Huawei manufactures it.
It’s a barebones Android phone; a dumb smartphone, essentially. It runs the newest Android version with a 1-gigahertz processor, 5-megapixel back-facing camera, and limited to 3G. But I don’t care. The Prism is serving a purpose that the 768 failed.
The Prism is also about 2 ounces lighter than my older myTouch 4G device — that sparked this entire downgrading experience — and weight measures very much when it rests in my pocket.