Alex (nedge2k)

Huawei C8000 Unveiled (ish)

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The only thing I know about Huawei is they make USB 3G/HSDPA dongles for the likes of T-Mo/O2/Three/etc. and that Paul and I recently got a boat load of 'em cheap as chips! ;)

It would seem, however, that Huawei are not just a one trick pony and that they might have some interesting devices on the way....

The C8000, which supports Windows mobile operating software, incorporates a 3-D menu graphic user interface (GUI) and a unique independent display adapter which enables the smooth presentation of video files and DVD-quality pictures on a 2.8 inch touch screen. With optimized power management, the new handset is capable of playing video files continuously for six to eight hours.


An overwheling amount of information there I'm sure you'll agree but lack there of aside, a)it's nice to see a new player join the game and b)6-8hrs battery watching video!? :D Expect to see this floating around the Asian market under a variety of different names in the future, some time :D
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Actually Huawei are more more than a 1 trick pony... they have been in the news recently because they are one of the suppliers of networking kit being used to construct BT's new 21CN network, and there has been concerns raised by intelligence chiefs that Huawei might have links to the Chinese government, and hence the kit could have backdoors built into it which could allow the Chinese government to remotely spy on or interupt Internet traffic in the UK.

link: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article5993156.ece

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Actually Huawei are more more than a 1 trick pony... they have been in the news recently because they are one of the suppliers of networking kit being used to construct BT's new 21CN network, and there has been concerns raised by intelligence chiefs that Huawei might have links to the Chinese government, and hence the kit could have backdoors built into it which could allow the Chinese government to remotely spy on or interupt Internet traffic in the UK.

link: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article5993156.ece

:D

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It looks so much like the HTC Touch no?

That was my 1st thought too :D

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