11-16-2010, 12:10 AM
| | Re: NEWS: Huawei Android Smartphone 'Ideos' Going To T-Mobile
On Mon, 06 Sep 2010 13:32:43 -0500, John Navas <email@example.com> wrote:
> A few weeks into the future and an ad in the newspaper may look like
> this-- looking for a Google powered smart phone? just spend $50- Amazed?
> Well that is what is the target of HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES and T-MOBILE US
> inclusive. The former a Chinese telecom equipment provider and the
> latter the fourth largest US mobile carrier.
> The deal is yet to be inked. And the breakthrough could provide both the
> companies to incur profits in their own respective terms. While HUAWEI
> gets to the US market T MOBILE has an advantage of expanding its
> consumer base. Jannie Luong Nguyen spokeswoman for Huawei's U.S.
> business has stated that the smart phone has received great response
> from other US carriers as well.
> The Ideos was unveiled on Thursday in Berlin. Ideos is an Android 2.2,
> the latest version of Google Inc.'s free mobile operating system;
> ensembles a 2.8-inch touch screen; and can be a Wi-Fi hotspot, allowing
> other devices to connect to the Internet. Ideos is better option to all
> these who aren't willing to pay exorbitant for devices such as Apple
> Inc.'s iPhone or Verizon Wireless's Droid lineup. Such brands typically
> retail for more than $500 without a contract, or $200 with a two-year
> Recently, at the end of June T-Mobile USA quoted a massive number of
> 33.6 million subscribers. ...
Something about the wording of this LA News monitor article makes me think it's a BabbleFish translation of a Chinese corporate press-release rather than a US-penned news article. But what do I know of such things?
Cheers, -- tlvp
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