Huawei reveals new Vision mobile using the cloud

Huawei aims to step into the mobile market with a big hitting 3D phone
Leanne Yip

August 5, 2011
huawei-vision

Huawei is not the most well known mobile handset company out there, but in an effort to break into the already crowded mobile market, they have created the 3D phone the Huawei Vision.

This is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread, with apps Angry Birds, Asphalt 6: Adrenaline, Order & Chaos Online, and Guerrilla Bob HD pre-installed on the handset.

Huawei are really trying to highlight their 3D carousel user-interface and cloud service platform as their main selling points.

They claim this 3D interface will let you select any panel of the home screen with one easy swipe, on a 3.7 inch touchscreen.

The Vision Mobile has a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM 8255 processor therefore should be pretty speedy too.

It’s great too see 720p video recording on this device as lower quality video recording is nearly always blurry and shaky; hopefully this will not be the case for the Vision handset. The camera is five-megapixels with auto-focus and LED flash.

The most interesting part this device is its cloud capabilities: Huawei have declared that they have reserved a huge 160GB of storage for every Huawei phone user.

This is amazing as you can upload videos, photos and music to the cloud and be able to access this content directly from your mobile anywhere.

This is without using up the handset’s internal memory.

There has been no mention of a UK release date, however rumours suggest that the Vision handset will be launched to the Chinese market sometime in September.






 

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