UNBOXING: The Wind Huawei U8100 Comes Out of Its Box

The Huawei U8100 is officially WIND Mobile's first Android-powered device (You could always get the another device like the Nexus One but this is their official first in the lineup). This is now available for what looks to be a decent price of $160.

I got hold of one today and took some pics of the unboxing and my first impressions are that the design has this curved bottom that's similar to the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, but this one is much lighter (110 grams). The good thing about the U8100 is that it runs OS 2.1 so you won't have to wait for an upgrade (no talk about future upgrades yet). The screen is 2.8 inches and has a resolution of 320—240 and comes with an FM Radio, Wi-FI, 1150mAh battery, hold up to 16GB with a microSD card, GPS, access to the Android Market, Google Maps and a 3.2-megapixel camera with video capabilities.

Check out the pics after the break that I shot and we'll have a full review coming up soon

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