Huawei, which was recently revealed as the creator of T-Mobile's forthcoming Android mobile phone, the 8220 Pulse, is about to release another mobile phone which, say observers, is also likely to be available in Europe in the near future.
To be known as the Huawei U7510, the new design resembles a mid-priced HTC mobile phone in form. According to the Gadget Folder website, the U7510 handset will be based upon the Qualcomm BREW 3.1 CPU and will be accompanied by both GSM and HSDPA connectivity standards. It's the latter feature, which will provide high-speed data transfers, that serves as the clue to European markets, despite the new phone being targetted for an initial release into China.
Other features will include a built in camera of unknown specification, Bluetooth with A2DP for the wireless attachment of accessories and a QVGA resolution touchscreen display.
No price or release details are known at the moment.
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