Huawei Device has announced their new IDEOS X5 at this week's CES 2011. The new Android 2.2 phone is a mid-ranged device that rocks a 800MHz Qualcomm processor, 3.8-inch touchscreen, a 11.4mm width, a 5 mega pixel camera with 720p high-def recording, and a FM radio with SRS professional audio effects. The X5 will also connect to Wi-Fi with an 802.11n connection. 

No word as to when this guy is gonna hit the US, but it will be available in Singapore, Hong Kong, and New Zeland in the next few weeks. With all of these dual-core processors being shipped with upcoming devices, will the 800MHz Qualcomm processor hold-up? What do you guys think? Video after the break! [Business Wire]

 

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Huawei IDEOS X5 announced at CES, rocking Froyo on a 3.8-inch screen

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This is very impressive. Remember that even the venerable Nokia N8 sports a 680Mhz processor!! and the Motorola Defy uses as similar clocked 800Mhz processor. Speed doesn't always count though we don't mind. I think 800Mhz is about the sweet spot to produce the right user experience without lag.

Great job Huawei.