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Huawei Ascend G6 4G hands-on

Coming along with the MediaPad X1 7.0, Huawei also announced a new smartphone. The handset is the Ascend G6 4G. This means we are still waiting on an announcement for the Ascend P7. While that wait continues, we did make a point to visit Huawei during our time here in Barcelona to check out the Ascend G6 4G.

Huawei Ascend P7 “Sophia” leak tips Android 4.4.2

Huawei quietly released the Ascend P6S a few weeks earlier, however it looks like the true follow up to the Ascend P6 is still in the works. The handset is dubbed the Huawei Ascend P7 and it is currently sporting a codename of Sophia. A fairly complete set of specs have already leaked, however some new information coming from the Chinese language CNMO.com suggests the P7 will be running Android 4.4.2 at launch.

Android Community Weekly: October 14th, 2012

After last week ending strong on Nexus rumors we all pretty much expected that to continue this week, and that's exactly what happened. Sure enough we had leak after leak of Nexus rumors, plenty of hardware pics and more so lets get started with what was important to us in the world of Android. Starting with the Nexus of course.

Huawei’s MyTouch for T-Mobile gets the hands-on treatment

The MyTouch label has seen better days: when Huawei's still-unofficial pair of phones become the latest member of the family, it will have changed to its third manufacturer in less than a year. T-Mobile still isn't saying when they plan to unveil the slate and QWERTY phone, but Engadget got a look at it in Huawei's home office in China. After a few minutes with the QWERTY version of the new MyTouch, they came away impressed - it's not going to set the world on fire, but it looks like a pretty solid mid-range phone.

Huawei’s MyTouch for T-Mobile spotted in the wild

We had heard previously that T-Mobile's reliable MyTouch brand would change into Huawei's hands later this year, and it looks like that's been confirmed. TmoNews got a sneak peek at the upcoming mid-range phone, with pictures snapped by some surreptitious tipster. The phone appears to follow in the footsteps of other MyTouch models with a decidedly mid-range design, running Android 2.3.6 (sigh). This incarnation of the MyTouch is without a QWERTY keyboard, though a different version may be in the works for a simultaneous debut.

T-Mobile switches to Huawei for next-generation MyTouch phones

Huawei has been making waves in the Android world for some time now, and according to PocketNow, they've got a new feather in their cap when it comes to T-Mobile. A new image has been found of a pair of new entries into the carrier's line of custom-branded MyTouch phones, presumably replacing the current MyTouch and MyTouch Q by LG. The MyTouch line has been T-Mobile's staple line for affordable mid-range devices since HTC launched it way back in 2009; assuming that these two phones are alone, that would make the second major change of manufacturer in less than a year.

Android Community Evening Wrap-Up: February 27, 2012

Since we're live at MWC, you've undoubtedly noticed the massive amount of hands-on articles we've managed to get up today. So instead of a wrap-up, this will consist more of a 'hands-on' summary of devices for our second day at MWC. First up, we got to glance at the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. We received a few snapshots with it alongside the original 5.3" Galaxy Note for an easy comparison. Usually you don't see devices ship with Adobe Photoshop, but the Note 10.1 will already include Photoshop Touch and Adobe Ideas - a few apps that cost $10 each on the Android Market.

Huawei Ascend D1 Q press photos leak

We've known that Huawei had something special planned for Mobile World Congress, and this would appear to be it. The first entry in Huawei's Diamond line is the Ascend D1 Q, and TechOrz.com got their hands on some leaked press shots prior to Huawei's conference. The renders show a typical high-end Android phone that's clearly of the large screen variety - probably with a 4.3-inch or larger display. The device's red-on-black color scheme is reminiscent of the HTC Rezound, though the shape looks more like a Galaxy-class smartphone.

ZTE Optik official: 7-inch 3G Honeycomb tablet for $99 on contract

The options for cheap tablets are increasing, thanks to Chinese manufacturers like ZTE. Their first entry into the American tablet market is the Optik, a 7-inch Honeycomb tablet bound for The Now Network starting this Sunday, February 5th. The Optik is roughly the equal of the Huawei Springboard (AKA MediaPad) over on T-Mobile, with one important distinction: it starts at just $99. Of course, to get that sweet price you'll need to sign a two-year contract for a data plan. This tablet is probably in the same family as the ZTE V66 we saw earlier.
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