Upcoming Huawei U8150-B Android-powered Phone Visits The GCF And FCC

Upcoming Huawei U8150-B Android-powered Phone Visits The GCF And FCC
Android-powered devices seem to be popping up all over the place nowadays and now Huawei’s U8150-B (dubbed the Ideos) has visited the Global Certification Forum (GCF) and the FCC. It doesn’t look like it’s a high-end device, but it will be launching with Android 2.2, which is the current flavor of Android. It wasn’t mentioned which carriers will be picking up this phone, but it should be launched over in Europe, and there’s also the possibility of it arriving at AT&T or T-Mobile since it sports a variety of quad-band GSM and UMTS/HSDPA radios.

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