Huawei Preps for MWC 2011, Plenty of Goodies to Show Off

Huawei has been a brand that’s been associated with mobile technology for quite sometime now and obviously we’ve seen a bit of buzz around their camp with MWC 2011 just around the corner. They’ve got quite a bit of mobile technology that’s on their list for display at the event to be held in Sunny Spain from February 14- 17, 2011. They’re aiming to showcase innovation through a host of new “Smart for Transformation” technologies.

Some of the new technologies to be showcased will include -
Digital Shopping Mall (DSM): Huawei’s DSM is designed to offer and assist operators to create their own "App store" with communications, music, reading, games, and more. This will allows more than 50,000 applications from more than 300 global content and service providers to be made available for users. The Sky Internet Browser for Android will also be on hand to showcase cloud computing systems as well.

High Speed Internet Solutions: Huawei is also set to introduce a data card that’s been designed to ensure automatic, hassle-free connection to the Internet in just 15 seconds. Huawei’s latest Mobile Wi-Fi (E5) series modem that can connect up to five Internet users at the same time to support file sharing will also be showcased.

Beyond TV: Internet Protocol Television: Huawei’s hybrid IPTV multi-channel solution (IP+OTT+DVB-S/T/C) will also be at the event to show attendees how the system will enable operators to reduce content costs and offer multi-screen convergence that promote the use of interactive TV through Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) bundles, providing better experiences for consumers.

Something to look forward to...

Huawei IDEOS S7 Slim Tablet and X3 Android Mobile: Finally, the company will also be showing off their latest addition to the Huawei IDEOS family which is a next-gen, ultra-slim tablet called the S7 Slim. There’s not too much information about the specs of this device, but what information there is you can find out here. A few more images have shown up on Flickr alongside the images of an upcoming handset that’s being called the X3. All that’s known about the device is that it’ll be available in black, silver, blue, and red color options.

Published Date: Feb 10, 2011 04:22 pm | Updated Date: Feb 10, 2011 04:22 pm