Jan 20 AT 12:29 PM Taylor Wimberly 2 Comments

Hisense joins the Android bandwagon with the HS-E90

Hisense is another electronics manufacturer based in China (state-owned enterprise) that is trying to build their brand throughout North America. They are mostly known for their home appliances and TVs, but the company also produces a line of smartphones.

The HS-E90 is the first Android phone from Hisense and is likely headed to China Unicom. This device features CDMA / EVDO Rev.A connectivity, a 3.5 inch HVGA display, 5 megapixel camera, GPS, WiFi, FM radio, and a 1500 mAh battery. Hisense lists a Qualcomm radio chipset on their specifications page, but we do not have information on the CPU, RAM, or ROM.

Renders of the device picture a non-Android OS, but we think someone in the art department got confused.

Once again, we will probably never see this actual device in the United States. However, Hisense has formed a U.S. corporation to gradually introduce the full range of Hisense products into the North American market (which includes mobile phones).

Via: Unwired View

Source: Hisense

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