Hisense Joins Android Party With HS-E90
Chinese-based Hisense is getting in on the Android action and have announced their HS-E90 handset for release later this month. Â Although there are no pricing or carrier details to report yet the rumor is that it will arrive in presumably China first. Â Their website mentions a few possible markets, including Europe, Africa, and North America. Whether or not we ever get one here in the US remains to be seen. The specs include a 3.5 â€œ HVGA touch screen, 5 mega-pixel camera, FM radio and a 1500mAh battery. Â
If the images look somewhat fishy you to it’s because what you’re looking at is a simulated screen. Â For some reason, Hisense decided to use Samsung’s Touchwiz icons to simulate the display. Â Take a look at Unwired View’s picture of a Samsung Impress and you’ll see the exact same icons. Â If we were to guess, the OS will be stock Android. Â There are tons of standard Android desktop and screen grabs they could have used. Â Why they didn’t is beyond us.
Source: Unwired View
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