[MWC 2010] Huawei’s U8100/U8110 entry-level handsets will both feature a 2.8″ wide QVGA touchscreen display as well as a dual camera setup, where its 0.3-megapixels located on the front will cater to those who want to hold video conversations, as well as a more decent 3.2-megapixel shooter at the back. The inclusion of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth helps you hook up to the Internet at selected hotspots while making data transmission between devices a snap. Too bad there is no 3G connectivity supported, otherwise that would make it easier to remain connected round the clock. Expect both handsets to roll out in Europe sometime in the second quarter of this year.
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