Remember the sneak peek Huawei gave us on their MediaPad last week? Their video sure left a lot to be desired, as no specs were given. The screen was not even displayed, so we couldn’t make much of it either. Things are much more clear this time around — the MediaPad has been ... Read More »
Everyone is jumping on the Honeycomb tablet bandwagon, but many manufacturers are simply not known for making high-end products. Such as Huawei, famous for making entry-level smartphones. Could it be Huawei is about to step it up in the tablet market? It sure seems they’re working on a very good tablet: the Huawei MediaPad.
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Today T-Mobile launched three new Android smartphones that go from entry-level all the way up to high-end. Even though some of the phones are being offered for free on contract, they all ship with the latest Android 2.2 (thanks!). Details, pricing info, and a shiny video after the jump.
T-Mobile customers will soon have another Android option to choose from. The Huawei Ideos will be launching on November 3rd as the T-Mobile Comet. With a 2.8 inch QVGA display, 3 megapixel camera, and a 528 MHz processor, it’s no secret that the T-Mobile Comet is going to be targeted toward first-time smartphone users. Probably the ... Read More »
Cricket Wireless’s first Android phone, the Kyocera Zio, was one of the cheapest models around when it launched earlier this year (at $249) and the low-cost carrier just announced a new phone that lowers the entry point.
If you haven’t noticed lately, there’s been a flurry of Android news over the past few days. Motorola and Samsung appear to be gearing up for a global Android faceooff. Huawei may not have the financial backing to take on the big boys, but at least they have the common sense of using FroYo on ... Read More »
We are watching Huawei to see how they support their Android phones with updates.