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Huawei Presented Google Android Phones at MWC

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Mobile World Congress, BARCELONA, Spain – Huawei, a leader in providing next-generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, showcased a total of five new devices based on Google’s Android operating system during this week’s event. Headlining the announcements was the world’s first HSPA+ smartphone powered by Android.

The U8800 smartphone will be commercially available from the third quarter of 2010, and able to support HSPA+, which is faster than existing 3G smartphones. The device uses the Android 2.1 operating system, and integrates the new connectivity  capabilities to support downlink speeds of up to 14mbps. The smartphone features a 3.8″ widescreen, providing users with a broader field of vision and allowing them to take full advantage of a multitude of features and internet applications.

Aimed at the youth market, the Huawei U8300 incorporates popular social networking tools such as Facebook and Twitter, a QWERTY keypad, and is ergonomically designed to ensure that hours of chatting online can be done in comfort. The handset is available in three bright colours: green, yellow and purple.

Being entry-level smartphones, the Huawei U8100 and U8110 have 2.8″ touchscreens with wide-QVGA, and two cameras, one with 0.3 megapixels at the front, and a 3.2 megapixels one at the back. With Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, users can easily access the internet and transmit data to each other. These two smartphones will be launched in Europe during the second quarter of 2010.

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By , International Correspondent on Feb 20th, 2010 GMT +2

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