Huawei Vision shown off in 360 demo and video

Huawei VisionThe Huawei Vision, an upcoming high-end Android device, was just announced last week and while we were given detailed description of the phone’s specs, we only had a couple of press shots to look. A phone’s appearance is just as important as its specs for some people – I mean, who wants to spend money on a good device if it doesn’t look great at the same time? So for those who are considering purchasing a phone based on its looks, Huawei has something just for you.

Huawei recently updated its Facebook page with a Huawei Vision demo that users can play around with to check out how the phone looks like from every angle. They’ve also updated its YouTube page with a video demonstrating the UI of the phone. One thing which I didn’t notice from before is that the phone looks like it’s running on a customized version of SPB Shell 3D for Android, which is one of the nicest looking Android UIs around – in my opinion. And it’s not often you see it come preloaded with a phone. Check out the video demonstration after the break:

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