Huawei Unveils 4 Android Handsets and an Internet Device
Chinese handset maker Huawei is in Barcelona and it’s not to see what the competition is up to. They’ve just pulled the curtain back on 4 brand new Android handsets, the U8300, U8100, U8110, and the U8800. In addition to that, they’ve also announced a SmaKit S7. Let’s take a quick look at each of them, shall we?
The U8300 is targeted at the youth market, integrates social networking tools like Facebook and Twitter, features a QWERTY keypad, and is designed to allow for chatting and texting in comfort. Look for the u8300 in three ‘bright’ colors – green, yellow and purple.
Up next, the U8100 and U8110, are the same phone on the inside. The outside however might appeal to different segments (read boys versus girls). These are considered entry-level handsets although we don’t have a complete list of specs. What we do know is that they both have 2.8-inch QVGA touchscreens, a 0.3 mega pixel camera in the front and a 3.2 mega pixel camera in the rear. Both of these models are expected in Europe at some point in Q2 of this year.
The high-end handset,the U8800 runs Android 2.1, offers support for HSPA+ (14 Mb/s download), a 3.8-inch screen and more. With the right network and ideal situations, this phone can download a 400Mb feature-length movie file in under a half minute. As far as carriers, price, or availability go, we’re still waiting to hear more.
Huawei is also introducing their first Android-based Internet Device, the SmaKit S7. Featuring a 7-inch wide screen (800×480 resolution), it’s designed to support “information-sharing across screens to present the same content simultaneously on computers, mobile phones and TV screens”. A screen this size makes it easy to read emails, tweet, and stay connected to friends and family. The SmaKit S7 can also be connected to home gateway, TV, and of course, Android handset.
Be sure to check back with us as we fill in the blanks with the hardware specs and various Android builds for each phone!
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