The folks over at @evleaks have done it yet again, as they snagged what seems to be a press shot – both the front and the back, of the Huawei Vitria smartphone. It will obviously be an Android-powered device from what we can tell, since the front snapshot shows off the classic Google search bar, and more importantly, the Play Store icon that is located on the bottom right hand corner of the display.
At the back we see a camera lens of unknown megapixel count that is accompanied by a flash, although whether this is an LED flash or not, it remains to be seen. There is the metroPCS branding at the back of the handset, which is accompanied by a splatter of “4G” at the bottom, just so you know that you are able to rock on to next generation wireless speeds whenever you are on the move – subject to signal availability, of course. All in all, the Huawei Vitria does seem as though it is shaping up to be a decent mid-range smartphone, so do not expect this to make it to the top of many peoples’ wish lists when it finally hits the market. All we need to do now is sit tight and wait for an official announcement.
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