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The new Huawei Y635 was announced today at Mobile World Congress. It'll set you back somewhere in the region of £120, which is around $160 or AU$200. Huawei hasn't yet said where it will go on sale.

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Round the back is a 5-megapixel camera.

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The Y635 runs Android software.

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The 5-inch, 854x480-pixel screen offers just 195 pixels per inch, so no high definition movies or games for you.

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It's powered by a relatively weedy 1.2GHz quad-core chip.

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It's an entry-level phone, so the specs aren't eye-popping.

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Here's the side.

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And here's the bottom, where you see the micro-USB charging slot and the headphone jack.

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On the bright side, the low-power processor and screen will help the beefy battery last even longer.

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