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Huawei Vitria has five themes on Android

By all accounts, the Huawei Vitria is a straightforward Android starter smartphone. Look inside the settings, though, and you'll find five themes that can jazz up the phone's wallpaper, icon style, and more.

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Screen and things

A 4-inch display is about par for the course with the Vitria; three capacitive buttons handle navigation.

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Camera

The 5-megapixel camera took some decent casual snaps, and is accompanied by an LED flash. It also takes 720p HD video capture.

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Under the hood

Peel back the cover to find the microSD card slot below. You'll need it; there's only 4GB of memory total, and only 1.9 that you can play with.

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Top view

A power/lock button and headset jack greet you up top.

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Thick and heavy

At almost 5 ounces and 0.46 inch thick, the Vitria makes its presence known.

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Back it up

The soft-touch finish is plain, and comfortable enough, but perhaps not as grippy as it could be.

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Other specs

The Vitria's dual-core processor works fine, but it's the network's faster 4G speeds, now faster since T-Mobile took over, that gives Metro customers on its cheaper plans something to get excited about.

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