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CONFIRMED: Huawei to release its first Android Smartphone with T-Mobile
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 08.04.09 - 17:17:16 CET under 04 - Android News - Viewed 19953x
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According to Pocket-lint, Huawei's first Android phone - which was on show at the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona - has been confirmed to be launched on T-Mobile later this year.
A Huawei spokesperson recently confirmed that Huawi's Android smartphone will join HTC's G1 in T-Mobile's Android line-up: "I can confirm that Huawei will be releasing the third Google phone on T-Mobile this year". The handset, said to be "low-cost", featuring a 5-megapixel camera, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and WiFi, for sure. Nothing said in terms of WWAN connectivity or other features yet.

The rendering above shows the device, Huawei had on show in Barcelona. However, we got told that this design isn't reflecting what Huawei will commercially release as its first Android smartphone but it was a design prototype.
Nevertheless, I find it quite interesting that Huawei confirms to release the 3rd T-Mobile Google Android smartphone since T-Mobile has - so far - not announced the release of its second Android smartphone. Seems to confirm that the recently FCC approved HTC Magic will definitely becomes T-Mobile 2nd Android smartphone.

Huawei hasn't yet unveiled on which T-Mobile networks its Android smartphone will be launched. Also it's not yet confirmed that this will be a T-Mobile exclusive launch.

Cheers ~ Arne

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