Huawei are all set to up their smartphone game with the launch of their latest handset, the Huawei Vision. Normally keeping their inventory fixed squarely in the low-to-mid range of the smartphone market, the Vision sees them pushing the specs into Samsung and HTC territory.
The Vision features a 3.7 inch touchscreen display, running off a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. 512MB of RAM is boosted by 2GB of expandable storage space for the Android blower, all squeezed into a nifty 9.9mm thick unibody design.
Still camera shots are of the 5MP variety with the Vision, while it can also capture more-than-respectable 720p HD video.
Looking to sweeten the deal further, Huawei also throw in several pre-installed gaming apps, including Angry Birds, Asphalt 6: Adrenaline, Order & Chaos Online and Guerrilla Bob HD.
We’re expecting a September release date for the Huawei Vision, though pricing has yet to be announced.
By Gerald Lynch | August 3rd, 2011