Kindly update the dimension,OS,Ram/ROM,battery size...if up to the expectation then this is really something different n special also can be named "King of the baby Andriod........
I like it a lot, but no Radio, thats a dealbreaker for me. Id rather spend more on Xperia X10 Mini and then also enjoy a better camera.
Most site says dat it will be priced around 5k in india.. so like always at the time of release it will be around 6k (which is still great) will be selling great.... proc spec is low and lacks divx and xvid support but hey how much can u get for just 6k right..still sweet!
Anonymous, 04 Sep 2010you may misunderstand, engadget means it uses QVGA, but it could have been HVGA.... I meant that the screen could have been better than QVGA.
Juan, 08 Sep 2010Hello, just for making corrections to some wrong specs posted. IDEOS (Huawei U8150) is:
- CAP... moreyou are right buddy!
And who has android 2.2 on his mob right now,even the LG Gt540 ($250) and huge phone makers like Motorola and Samsung are struggling to get the upgrade and Ideos comes direct from Google partnership with Huawei.
A phone for the masses, $150!
A must buy for everyone!
Hello, just for making corrections to some wrong specs posted. IDEOS (Huawei U8150) is:
- CAPACITIVE touch screen 2.8''.
- HSDPA 7.2 Mbps (3.6 is wrong)
- Android 2.2, SRS sound, 256/512 RAM/ROM
Not bad for USD $100-$200 smartphone!!
You'll see IDEOS in every TOP world operator for sure!
Its going to be resistive touchscreen.
But the Rs.5000/-, Android 2.2 makes it a tempting device
And also it has a 'Made-With-Google' mark.
This device can tap a good market share with that price.
Surely thinking of buying one.
Phone is fast, no lag on interface.
Battery is 1200 mAh, considerinf 2.8 capacitative is responsive, battery life will be ok.
cool, $150, 99 pounds, what else!!
Just gone through mentioned specification and surprisingly Radio is not available.
Please confirm otherwise very good phone with loads of features and best price ($150).
Piyush, 03 Sep 2010The screen specification is wrong; according to Engadget it's a 2.8-inch capacitive display. ... moreyou may misunderstand, engadget means it uses QVGA, but it could have been HVGA....
Yeah, i'm "pertamax" (the first)
what about the battery?
It'll become cooler with sliding qwerty keyboard
i hope the next will be better
Very nice looking device. Screen is definitely capacitive. Froyo should run fine on this as it is leaner than 2.1, and it was created "with Google" which is officially branded on the back.