Huawei, the emerging Chinese company will start selling Android smartphones in the USA market. It's a pretty bold movement for a company so far away from home, but Huawei has been on a fast rise lately. Their cheap, but good enough products, have made their brand known among people that want budget hardware that just works.
This is no different with their Ideos Android smartphone, which has just passed FCC certification, and it's launching soon with Android 2.2 on board. This is a little surprising considering a much more known company, Sony Ericsson will launch the Xperia 10, an year old phone, with only Android 1.6 on board.
Here are more specs for it:
- GPRS / EDGE / UMTS / HSDPA
- 2.8" capacitive touchscreen - QVGA (320x240 px)
- 512 ROM / 256 RAM
- 528 MHz processor
- 3.2 MP AF camera
- MicroSD card up to 16GB
- WiFi / Bluetooth / Micro USB
- 1200mAh battery
- Dimensions: 104 — 54.8 — 13.5mm
The price will be $25o unsubsidized. So will you buy one?