Though it flaunts an inexpensive price tag ($50 prepaid) and decent 3G speeds, the Prelude doesn't have much else going for it. Especially since it has a poor camera and a display that's difficult to view outdoors.
The handset features a 3.5-inch TFT LCD touch screen, with a 320x480-pixel
resolution. This low resolution means that images and menu icons will
appear grainy The display is also difficult to view in
sunlight. It has a very narrow viewing angle, so the slightest tilt will wash out the screen almost completely.
The phone runs Android
4.1.1 Jelly Bean and as such contains several Google apps: Chrome,
Gmail, Search, Plus, Maps, Talk, YouTube, and access to the Play Store's
Books, Movies & TV, Music, and Newsstand portals.