By >Akihabara News Team
Huawei shows off with their HSPA+ Android Smartphone
Shenzhen-based Huawei Technologies Co. introduced their Android-based mobile devices at World Mobile Congress (WMC) in Barcelona. This line includes the U8100/U8110 entry-level smartphones with 2.8-inch wide QVGA touchscreen, dual-cameras (0.3 Mpixels in the front and 3.2 Mpixels in the back), WiFi and Bluetooth; the U8300 available in green, yellow, purple and meant more for social networking featuring a Qwerty keyboard and ergonomic comfortable design and SmaKit S7 tablet with a 7-inch wide (800 x 480) screen which can be connected to home gateway, TV and other Android handsets.
However, the biggest hit that Huawei claims to be the World’s First is the U8800 Android smartphone with HSPA+ capabilities that support downlink speeds of up to 14 Mb/s. It features a 3.8-inch wide screen allowing you to enjoy movies on-the-go.
U800 is announced to be available in the Q3 whereas U8100/U8110 will be available in Europe in Q2.
No word on the availability of U8300 and SmaKit.