You know, one company that has been quietly making a lot of headway in the last year or so is Huawei. It’s been able to dig into the inexpensive market for Android smartphones and this trend continues with some unveilings at Mobile World Congress.more →
Operating on Android 2.2, the IDEOS X5 gives the option of a “fashionable variety of colours.” So, despite having little more than the standard fare of smartphone functions, it’s dressed to impress. With a 3.8″ multi-touch screen, 5MP camera for 720p video, FM radio and Flash 10.1 support, it’s will definitely get you through the day.more →
In the third quarter of this year, Google Android was installed on nearly half of all smartphones purchased in the United States. Sales were largely fueled by the higher-end offerings, like the HTC EVO 4G, but T-Mobile has some more affordable options for you this holiday season.more →
ust because you want one of those fancy new Froyo smartphones doesn’t mean that you have to sign a lengthy contract or whip out over $500. The kindly folks at Huawei want to help you keep your budget in check and that’s why they’ve revealed the Huawei Ideos. This smartphone is just $150.more →
So, you’ve been itching to get your hands on a new Google Android phone, but you don’t want to break the bank in the process, nor do you want to sign a lengthy contract. Wind has you covered, because they’ve just released the Huawei U8100. This touchscreen smartphone is the first Google Android smartphone to be made available through Wind Mobile in Canada and you can get it for just $160.more →
It’s one of those things that becomes a double-edged sword. On the one hand, Wind Mobile doesn’t want to lock you down to a lengthy contract. On the other hand, this means that they don’t offer hardware subsidies. So, what do you do?
You sell a cheapass phone, of course! If you want to get into the Wind Mobile action and don’t want to break the bank, you might want the Huawei U1250.more →