If you've been vehemently opposed to purchasing a smartphone due to their high cost, you're running out of excuses. MetroPCS officially launched its latest Android device, the Huawei M835, for a promotional price of $80 without a contract (it'll normally retail for $130). The M835 -- also known as the Ideos -- is a petite handset that uses a 2.8-inch QVGA display, runs on Froyo and has a 3.2 megapixel camera with video capture. It also offers room for a 32GB microSD card, if needed. Obviously, we're not expecting the greatest performance here, but it's a viable option for first-time buyers and anyone who doesn't hunger for the latest and greatest phone specs. Between this and the Ascend II coming out this week, it's looking like the prepaid march is gaining serious steam.