Huawei introduced its latest Android Gingerbread smartphone, the Huawei IDEOS X3, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today (15 February).
The handset blends ‘sleek hardware’ with ‘high-performing software’ to help users more effectively manage their communication and social networking activities, the manufacturer said. It will be available from Spring 2011.
The Huawei IDEOS X3 has a 3.2-inch capacitive HVGA touch-screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera and the Huawei Handset Over-the-Air and Online Upgrade (HOTA) solution for Android, which provides users with easy and timely OS upgrades. It is the thinnest device in the 3.2-inch screen range on the market.
The Huawei IDEOS X3 also comes with applications that allow users to easily manage information and sync their social communication channels.
Meanwhile, Huawei has also launched the Huawei HiLink, a plug-and-link data card which connects users to high-speed internet on-the-go; the Huawei Mobile W-iFi Smart Pro wireless modem, an intelligent device that automatically selects the best high-speed internet connection available; and the Huawei IDEOS S7 Slim, a next-generation seven-inch capacitive touch-screen tablet offering a blend of style and portability.
‘The IDEOS range and our latest mobile broadband solutions are intuitive, simple to use products that offer users an enhanced mobile experience integrated seamlessly across different wireless technologies,’ said Mr. Victor Xu, chief marketing officer of Huawei Devices.
‘As we move into 2011, Huawei will continue to lead the drive to provide consumers with smart mobile connectivity at the right price.’