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Huawei X6 Android Phone Spotted At FCC

As usual, the FCC is a smorgasbord of goodies with the Huawei X6 breaking cover complete with the AWS frequencies required to run on T-Mobile. We’ve heard plenty of rumors that Huawei intended to bring at least one to two more handsets to T-Mobile this year and with 25 total devices on the way, it’s certainly possible this just might be one of them.
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New Android phone – Huawei Ideos X5

Huawei introduced a new phone for the U.S. market at this year’s CES, the Huawei Ideos X5. This midrange Android handset is no stranger; it’s already been released in Asia. The U.S. timetable is much murkier–Huawei is keeping the U.S. launch date, carrier, and price under wraps until later this month.
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Cricket launching no-contract $149 Android phone

Cricket, a U.S. mobile operator that uses pay-in-advance monthly plans, will sell the Android-based Ascend smartphone for US$149 without a contract when it hits stores in the next two weeks.
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Huawei announces IDEOS – affordable Android 2.2 smartphone

As expected, Huawei unveiled an Android 2.2 smartphone Thursday at the IFA trade show in Berlin.

Dubbed the IDEOS (Industrial Design Evolution Operating System), we’re looking at an entry-level device with a 2.8-inch (240×320) touch display and 528MHz processor. There’s also a 3.2-megapixel camera, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and an microSD slot.

Though this certainly isn’t the most powerful stuff on the market, Huawei could be forgiven, thanks to the handset’s expected $150 to $200 price tag (that’s unlocked and in U.S. dollars).

Making high-end Android phones that compete with the likes of the Droid X doesn’t seem to be Huawei’s game plan. The Chinese handset maker cares more about lowering the price point for smartphones, in turn making its own products more accessible to people.

Still, this isn’t to say the IDEOS doesn’t have some great features. Like many of today’s Android phones, the IDEOS packs support for HSDPA, Wi-Fi (802.11n), GPS, and Bluetooth. One standout feature of the IDEOS is its ability to act as a 3G Mobile Hotspot with support for up to eight devices.

It should be noted that this is a "with Google" experience, meaning the phone comes with a stock Android installation. I would expect to see future updates rolled out quickly, much as I do with the forthcoming G2 from T-Mobile. Look for the IDEOS to roll out over the next few weeks in European, Asia-Pacific, North American, and Latin American markets.

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Huawei U7510 is 3G BREW Phone from BSNL

BSNLBSNL has launched a new handset to promote its 3G services with the HuaweiHuawei U7510 which is a BREW based phone with a Touchscreen.The handset is being sold bundled with Free Video Calls , Talk TimeTalk Time and 3G Data usage in Tamil Nadu

Features include a 2 Megapixel Camera , 100 MB internal memoryinternal memory along with a Memory card slotMemory card slot, Bluetooth. It also has a front Video callingVideo calling camera.

The phone comes in 3 colors – green , black and red as I spotted this one at the YoigoYoigo store in Spain.

Huawei U7510 Price

The handset will cost you Rs.6500 but the 3G Bundle will cost you Rs.6750 . Along with the bundle you get free 25 MB data usage per month for 2 months , 30 minutes of free video calls per month for 6 months and Rs.50 talktime per month for 6 months.

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