Although not instantly recognisable to the average mobile user, the Huawei brand have been making quite a name for themselves by teaming up with various other mobile manufacturers. This festive season though Huawei are going solo again with the release of their own smartphone and tablet.
The Huawei ‘Vision’ will be the Chinese company’s second foray into the smartphone market (after the perfectly adequate ‘Blaze’ handset) with their own creation, but they’re not sending it into battle alone as they are also releasing the ‘MediaPad’ tablet.
On top of these two exciting new releases Huawei have also outlined plans to install a London hub of their international operation, in the hope of pushing the brand forward in the coming years so it can compete with the more established consumer electronics companies.
The smartphone chugs along with a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM 8255 processor and makes the most of its Android Gingerbread 2.1 operating platform. The user interface is easy to use and is customisable, so all those of you out there who enjoy nothing more than a good ‘pimping’ of your gadget will have a great time. It supports 720p video recording and playback, features a five-megapixel camera and comes in a surprisingly lightweight aluminium alloy body.
The seven-inch MediaPad tablet utilizes the latest in Android technology with the 3.2 Honeycomb OS on-board. It is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor with 1080p full HD video recording and playback.
If you’re thinking of selling your old mobile phone and upgrading to the next level of smartphone this Christmas, why not sell your old mobile for cash online? Mobile recycling websites understand that the constant stream of new tech (especially around this time of year) results in a lot of old, unwanted handsets lying around the house. By trading phones in online you can considerably reduce the cost of any new gadget.