Posts Tagged ‘Huawei’
Yesterday, Qualcomm announced its fifth generation Gobi embedded data connectivity reference platform for mobile devices, including thin form factor notebooks, tablets and convertibles.
The technology is based on Qualcomm’s Gobi 4G LTE wireless baseband modems, (MDM9615 and MDM9215), and delivers fast LTE connectivity on FDD and TDD networks worldwide, with backwards compatibility to HSPA+ and EV-DO networks.
The German ISP 1&1 offers 3 tablet bundles for 39.99 Euro per month.
1&1 (a German ISP) has set up three tablet packages – for those of you who live in Germany and are thinking of getting a tablet PC. The company is offering a choice of 3 tablets (Huawei MediaPad 3G, a Motorola Xoom or a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N) with a SIM card, up to 14.4Mbps mobile broadband internet speeds and 100GB of storage space for 39.99 Euro per month ($52 USD), plus an activation fee of 29.90 Euro ($39 USD).
T-Mobile outs its SpringBoard and Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus 4G 7-inch tablets in the U.S.
Both devices are powered by a 1.2GHz dual core processor, support 4G, come with a 7-inch display and are loaded with Android 3.2 Honeycomb (Adobe Flash supported). For prices and mobile broadband plans, you can check the product pages of T-Mobile’s SpringBoard with Google and T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus (the 16GB model).
Source T-Mobile US
Today, Huawei officially announced its E369 – world smallest PA+ data card, and China will get it first.
Huawei’s PA+ data card (E369) is with a slim design, specially tailored for ultra-thin notebooks. The card has a compact and stylish exterior with a metallic feel and comes in classic pale gray color, with dimensions – 65 mm x 24.5 mm x 8 mm.
The device also is available in different colored outer shells and has a magnetic USB cap for preventing loss as well as highlighting the E369’s classic elegant design. Read the rest of this entry »
T-Mobile enhances its tablet business and portfolio of 4G devices with T-Mobile SpringBoard and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
Yesterday, T-Mobile enhanced its tablet business and portfolio of 4G devices with its T-Mobile SpringBoard With Google and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
The T-Mobile SpringBoard With Google and the ultra-thin Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 run Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) and will enable customers to enjoy their home Web and entertainment experiences virtually anywhere, at 4G speeds.
The T-Mobile SpringBoard (by Huawei) is affordable, offering a premium mobile entertainment and rich web experience. It comes with a 7-inch HD multi-touch display, powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core mobile processor. The tablet offers a variety of preloaded entertainment applications, including access to movies and TV shows via BLOCKBUSTER on Demand, Netflix and T-Mobile TV.
EAccess’s A01HW eMobile Android 2.3 tablet got a product page.
EAccess promised (10 days ago) that its 7-inch A01HW eMobile Android 2.3 tablet with XGA (1024 × 768) display will be available from September 15th (Thursday), this year.
And now it’s a fact, the black seven incher A01HW eMobile WiFi tablet (manufactured by Huawei) got a product page and is available from eMobile shops (in Japan) – with a price of ¥34,800 Yen (approx. $450 USD).
Huawei expands markets in New Zealand and Mark Treadwell, Huawei Devices Australasia’s head of marketing, says the brand’s focus is on technology that is innovative but also affordable.
Huawei displayed its new Mediapad (the world’s first 7-inch Android 3.2 Honeycomb dual-core tablet) plus other of its newest Andriod-powered smartphones and devices at an event on Auckland’s waterfront. Huawei announced it is the company’s goal to be one of the top five handset sellers worldwide by 2013.