Huawei Says Hello to a Pair of New Android Devices at Mobile World Congress
As we first learned last week, Hauwei has a pair of new Android devices ready to take the stage tomorrow at Mobile World Congress. The IDEOS X3 is said to be the slimmest 3.2-inch smart phone to be running Gingerbread whereas the S7 Slim tablet is listed as “offering a blend of style and portability, with 12.5mm thickness” and support for WiFi and 3G. We’re anxious to see what the rest of these two Android units are packing as Huawei keeps trying to crack the US market. We’ve already seen them come to T-Mobile with the pre-paid Comet, but we expect bigger things in 2011.
Huawei was kind enough to pass along a few pictures of these devices, but it appears they want to reserve the high-res stuff for tomorrow. Until then, this is the best we have!
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