Huawei Vision Gets Demo’d in YouTube Video [VIDEO]

Huawei has released a YouTube video to help consumers get a better feel for their latest Android handset, the Vision.  The 2:28 minute video (after the break) gives us a solid look at the device and its 3D user interface, which essentially amounts to SPB Mobile Shell.  We’re digging the unibody design of the Vision and hope to see it arrive in the U.S. at some point as it would be a gorgeous follow-up to T-Mobile’s Comet.[youtube][/youtube]

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  1. Tushar Agarwal
    August 08, 14:38 Reply

    Wow this android phone looks awesome. Huawei ihas done some good work.

  2. Anonymous
    August 08, 15:51 Reply

    Like a typical Chinese company, it’s good to see Huawei is doing their best to imitate the products of others. This thing looks like it was made out of spare HTC parts.

  3. rev2redlineguy
    August 08, 20:52 Reply

    Not a bad looking phone. I really like the 3-D homescreens, though that does look like SPB Mobile Shell for sure. If released, it should do pretty well with T-Mobile, especially replacing the comet. 

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