February 23, 2009 | by Andrew Kameka
Chinese cell phone manufacturer Huawei is expected to release its Android phone on T-Mobile later this year. According to a DigiTimes article, Huawei have announced a partnership with T-Mobile that will see the company deliver an Android smartphone shipping in the third quarter of 2009.
No details about price or important features of the phone have emerged yet.
You may remember Huawei as the company that showed an Android-powered smartphone without actually showing it at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week. There is no word yet if that infamous phone will be the device heading to T-Mobile.
Huawei is a prominent player in the Chinese cell phone market, but have not become as popular in European and North American markets. According to a source in the DigiTimes article, Huawei is expected to become the seventh-ranked company in the global cell phone market.