Huawei, which makes T-Mobile's Pulse and G1 mobile phones, has announced the forthcoming launch of five mobile phones. But that's not the half of it. The company is to launch the very first Android phone that supports the HSPA+ data transfer protocol - the U8800. HSPA+ is a nippy protocol that supports a 14Mbps downlink. Available during the third quarter, the U8800 will include a 3.8in screen and will feature Android 2.1.
Next is the Huawei U8300, a QWERTY keyboard Android smartphone aimed at the yoof, sorry, youth market. Available in headache-inducing yellow, purple and green, the handset will feature social networking facilities and a box of Paracetamol...well, maybe not a whole box.
The Huawei U8100 and U8110 share the same features under different designs. They include a 2.8in QVGA screen, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a 3.2-megapixel camera.
Finally, the Huawei SmaKit S7 is a tablet/MID that includes a 7in screen and social networking support.
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