Huawei are by no means among the big mobile phone manufacturers, but they introduced a couple of new handsets at the MWC. They are all touch-driven and pack mid-range functionality in simple and relatively compact bodies.
Huawei U8100 is a 3G-packing Android handset, built around a 2.8” QVGA touchscreen. It has a simplistic design and carries a 3 megapixel camera. Huawei have added some touches of their own to the UI, making the homescreen two-dimensional. You can now scroll vertically too.
Huawei U8110 (T-Mobile Pulse Mini)
Huawei U8110 will also have a rebranded T-Mobile version, the Pulse Mini. A really compact Android handset with a slightly tweaked UI, this one definitely has some potential, though QVGA resolution doesn't do Android no justice.
You can check out the video demonstration of its interface below.