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Huawei HSPA smartphone

Dennis Hissink : 2010-04-04 23:00:00
Huawei HSPA smartphone powered by Android OS : Huawei showcased the world’s first HSPA+ smartphone powered by Android at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last February. The Huawei U8800 HSPA smartphone will be commercially available in the third quarter of 2010, and able to support high-speed Internet access, which is faster than existing 3G smartphones. The Huawei U8800 uses the Android 2.1 OS, and integrates HSPA+ capabilities to support downlink speeds of up to 14 Mb/s. This speed allows users to download a 400Mb feature-length movie within thirty seconds. The smartphone will feature a 3.8-inch wide screen, providing users with a broader field of vision and allowing them to take full advantage of applications.


HSPA+ Android smartphone

Mark Peters : 2010-03-09 15:45:00
HSPA+ Android smartphone : The world’s first HSPA+ Android smartphone was claimed by Huawei and indeed during the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona we didn’t run into any more. When we arrived at the Huawei booth, we still had to search for this fine example of technology and finally we saw a glimpse of the new Huawei U8800 handset. It was presented under a bit dingy synthetic cube. But we weren’t born yesterday; what goes in can always come out is our motto. Thus lift that cube up and take a closer look at the Huawei U8800 Android Smartphone. There is of course a reason why the Huawei mobile phone cannot be seen functioning… this is a pre-production Beta sample.


Huawei 3G cell phones

Mark Peters : 2010-02-25 19:40:00
Huawei 3G phones : According to president Lu Yimin, president of China Unicom, it just might be possible that the amount of 3G subscribers or providers will raise significantly the world over if the cell phone manufacturers are successful in lowering the prices of the 3G smartphones. The amounts of high-end 3G phones are available in high numbers, but there are not many entry-level models. And according to Lu Yimin, that's where there are more chances for success. Huawei Technologies has in any case understood that and presented several low-priced 3G phones during the MWC 2010 in Barcelona. And when both companies have their way, this could mean quite a boost in sales.






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