[MWC 2010] Huawei breaks new ground with their brand new U8800 which is touted to be the first 3G/HSPA+ Android handset in the market, capable of offering download speeds of up to 14Mbps – assuming your telco network supports it, of course. Expect the Huawei U8800 to be powered by the latest Android 2.1 operating system, making sure it is at the forefront of cutting-edge technology, at least where Android-powered handsets are concerned. Another notable feature would be a 3.8″ capactive touchscreen display, where this handset is more or less akin to owning a Ferrari, but being stuck in a traffic jam since there are no networks in the UK that supports HSPA+ just yet. Expect to see the Huawei U8000 released later this third quarter for a yet undisclosed price.
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