Huawei Launches Vision With Android Gingerbread
Huawei, though not very successful in the smartphone industry, just keeps on pushing smartphones in the market. A recent example of Huawei, was their Ideos smartphone series had not been very successful because of bulky designs and average specs.
But now, it seems as if Huawei has learned a lesson. The company announced it’s all-new Huawei Vision in Beijing today. Although it is not a high end smartphone, it packs some pretty nice features and hardware. It will come loaded with Android Gingerbread 2.3 and some sort of “3D interface”.
The 3D interface might be Huawei’s attempt to create their own custom user interface. Talking about the specs, the hardware is not as powerful as some other handsets such as HTC’s Sensation and Samsung’s Galaxy S2, nevertheless it is decent. The device is powered by 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM 8255 processor and 512 MB RAM. Also the device features 2 GB of ROM(read only memory). For connectivity it features built-in 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G and for navigation Vision is fitted with A-GPS chip.