Huawei has officially announced two new Android devices -- the IDEOS X3 smartphone and the IDEOS S7 Slim tablet. Neither device was a big secret, but Huawei held their press conference at MWC today and made them both official.
The IDEOS X3 is an entry level phone, with a 3.2 inch HVGA display, a 3.2 MP camera, running Android 2.3. It's also touted as the thinnest 3.2 inch device on the market, but no dimensions were given. Expect the device in the spring of 2011, with an initial launch on Softbank Mobile in Japan.
The IDEOS S7 Slim is a 7 inch tablet with a 480 x 800 pixel resolution, running Froyo. Not much is known and full specs haven't been released, but when we saw it at IFA 2010 (see our hands on) we saw 256 MB of RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU.
We'll reserve any judgment without some more hands-on time, but these both look like devices geared towards the budget minded consumer. And that's never a bad thing. The full press release, and a picture of the IDEOS S7 Slim is after the break.
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