MWC 2010: Huawei introduced the first HSPA + Android-smartphone and other devices

Monday, February 15, 2010

Chinese company Huawei, presented at the exhibition being held in Barcelona MWC 2010 series of devices built on the basis of the operating platform Google Android. Including demonstrated a smartphone Huawei U8800, which, as stated, is the first HSPA + smartphone with this operating system. The device running Android version 2.1, may download files at speeds up to 14 Mbps. The model has a 3.8-inch touch screen. Other characteristics and cost of the smartphone does not specify, but says that he will do in sales in the third quarter of 2010.

Together with the flagship model U8800 Huawei will provide youth "social" devices secondary and primary levels. Smartphone average Huawei U8300 also runs on Android. His distinguished by the presence of hardware QWERTY-keyboard, and expanded access to social services. The model is made in the candybar and has a somewhat unusual body shape, with the traditional QWERTY-handsets horizontal screen orientation. Huawei U8300 will be produced in bright colors: green, yellow and pink.

In the segment of budget decisions based on the Android platform the company introduced just two models, which differ primarily only body design. Phones U8100/U8110 have for their level of functionality is very good: 2.8-inch touchscreen with QVGA-resolution, 3.2-megapixel primary and 0.3-megapixel front camera, as well as modules Blueooth and Wi-Fi. In Europe these models will appear in the second quarter.

In addition to the smartphone Huawei to MWC presented and tablet SmaKit S7, also runs on Google Android. The device has a touch-sensitive 7-inch screen with a resolution of 800 x 480 and is positioned as a model for integration into the home electronic ecosystem. Tablet can be connected to various devices that transmit information over wireless networks, providing access to the Internet or local resources.