Feb 23rd, 2009 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 4:28 pm

Unless you have alzheimers, you probably remember the Android handset that Huawei announced at Mobile World Congress last week. Their announcement was short of pretty much all the details we wanted and virtually all we got was a solitary device pulling a David Blaine.


While specs are pretty up in the air, the carrier question may have been answered in a Digitimes article today:

ZTE has also established a strategic partnership with T-Mobile with cooperation covering handsets and data card devices for all the T-Mobile’s markets in Europe. Meanwhile, Huawei has announced that it will manufacture touchscreen Android-powered smartphones for T-Mobile with shipments to begin in the third quarter of 2009.

Another Android headed to T-Mobile, this one in 3rd Quarter. While the article doesn’t make mention of location – this could be TMO USA and/or TMO Europe – it’ll likely be released on both if in fact T-Mobile is the suitor. It appears that Huawei will also bring an Android Phone to TIM Brazil, the 3rd largest Brazillian carrier.

[DigiTimes via Unwiredview, photo via CNET]

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