Huawei IDEOS C8150 Hits FCC; Heading to US Cellular

October 21, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Following the two Android devices, Huawei has passed yet another Android phone through the FCC (Federal Communications Commission).  The device, Huawei C8150, is the latest addition to the company’s IDEOS line of Android devices.

The known info from the FCC test reports do not reveal detailed specifications of the device, but it is reported that the C8150 will be supporting the CDMA/EVDO 850 frequency. Therefore, it is expected to debut in the US market with US Cellular, the sixth largest wireless carrier in the United States. The C8150 is most likely to sport a US Cellular brand since Huawei tends to be an OEM manufacturer in the country.

The device is expected to feature a screen size that may range in between 2 to 3 inches.

Along with GPS facilities, connectivity options including Bluetooth and WiFi will be incorporated with the device. The gadget will also sport a camera, but the details of it are not available.

More info on the device is expected to be out soon. So stay tuned to this space for more updates.

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