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Huawei Announces the Ideos U8150, U8300, U8500, and U8800 Android Handsets

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As expected, Huawei has brought their Ideos (U8150) Android 2.2 based handset to IFA. This is being touted as an entry-level smartphone and will cost you somewhere between $100 and $200 when it hits the market. This handset sports a 2.8-inch touchscreen display, a 3.2MP camera, a 528MHz CPU, GPS / Bluetooth support, WiFi, and Android 2.2. Huawei didn't stop there though because they announced three more smartphones running the Android OS.

Not much details is known about all of the handsets but the first one is the U8300, we saw this one in February. This is the lowest-end of the bunch and sports a QWERTY keyboard, a touchscreen display, and Android 2.1. This one's intended for the young people.

Next up there's the U8500 which sports a 3.2-inch touchscreen display, an optical trackpad, WiFi support, HSDPA connectivity, and Android 2.1. Huawei has mentioned that this handset will double as a 3G modem if you need that.

Last, but not least, there's the U8800, which we heard about way back in February of this year. This smartphone packs HSPA+ connectivity, a 3.8-inch display, HSDPA connectivity, WiFi support, and Android 2.2. Who knows when all of these handsets will actually hit the market. The U8800 is, of course, the most interesting of the bunch.

[The Unwired]


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