Remember Huawei's Android Phone at MWC? It was shrouded in mystery because though it was on display, it was merely a non-working prototype. We had originally reported that Huawei expected to release the device in Q3 2009 and that time frame is starting to look more and more like a reality.
According to SlashGear, Huawei has signed a deal with T-Mobile to bring this iPhone-esque device stateside by, you guessed it, Q3 2009. According to the article we can expect more from Huawei and T-Mobile. However, the Android device will likely carry another company's brand name (no information on which one yet).
We're not sure how we feel about this device because though it certainly is pretty, the one-button iPhone shtick isn't exactly suited for the Android OS. We need menu buttons, back buttons, and home buttons people! What do you guys think?
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