Huawei unveiled its suite of products at Mobile World Congress including an Android Smartphone, an Android tablet and a mobile hotspot device. The Chinese handset manufacturer introduced the IDEOS X3. The IDEOS X3 improves upon the IDEOS lineup by offering a 3.2-inch display, 3.2-megapixel front-facing camera, and Android 2.3. The handset is advertised as the thinnest 3.2-inch device on the market, but Huawei failed to provide dimensions to backup this claim. The IDEOS X3 will land on Softbank in Japan starting in Spring 2011 and will be price below US$200.
The IDEOS X7 slim is an Android tablet device from Huawei that features a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen display, 720P HD video, HiFi audio player, and connectivity via Bluetooth, 3G and WiFi 802.11 N. The Android 2.2 tablet will be available in April 2011 with a price tag below $US300.
Huawei also unveiled two mobile connectivity devices including the Mobile WiFi Smart Pro, a wireless modem and the Huawei HiLink, a plug and link data card. The HiLink data card offers a one-step , automatic configuration that gets you online with seconds. The data card will be available in Europe starting in Q2 2011 for less than US$150. The Mobile WiFi SmartPro is for the mobile warrior that likes to connect up to five devices at a time. It is compatible with iOS, Android, Mac and Windows and will be available in Q2 2011. Pricing is slightly higher than Huawei’s other devices with the Mobile WiFi SmartPro retailing between US$200 and US$270.
The full press release with additional details is available after the break.