(Updated With Specs!) Huawei X6 Android Phone Spotted At FCC, AWS On Board

As usual, the FCC is a smorgasbord of goodies with the Huawei X6 breaking cover complete with the AWS frequencies required to run on T-Mobile. We’ve heard plenty of rumors that Huawei intended to bring at least one to two more handsets to T-Mobile this year and with 25 total devices on the way, it’s certainly possible this just might be one of them.

While specs are mostly unknown, the user manual gave hint of a 5 Megapixel camera, HDMI out and microSD expandable storage. Anyone like the look?

Phonescoop via FCC

Updated with specs thanks to Ausdroid.net

  • 4.1? Capacitive Display
  • Android 2.2
  • HSPA+ 14.4Mbps
  • WiFi b/g/n
  • GPS w/ a-GPS
  • Google Apps
  • Accelerometer
  • HD Video Recording
  • HD Video Playback
  • Dolby Mobile Surround Sound
  • HDMI-out

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  • tonyFate

    It looks like a Nexus One and a G2 put together.

    • Steve

      I was just trying to figure out what it looked like and you nailed it! It’s a g2/n1 lovechild!

    • Steve

      I was just trying to figure out what it looked like and you nailed it! It’s a g2/n1 lovechild!

    • Steve

      I was just trying to figure out what it looked like and you nailed it! It’s a g2/n1 lovechild!

  • http://twitter.com/eb101 Eli Bohnert

    i like it

  • http://graflex.org/klotz/ klotz

    Does it have a 5-row keyboard?

  • http://graflex.org/klotz/ klotz

    Does it have a 5-row keyboard?

  • http://twitter.com/tmoore4075 Tim Moore

    Seems like a good phone but I’m not a fan of the look. Like the more rounded edges but that’s me.

  • Anonymous

    Front facing camera too

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VGQMRQOQYPZHFOGRIZ53F646KU Not ice_fusion.

      or a light sensor

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VGQMRQOQYPZHFOGRIZ53F646KU Not ice_fusion.

      or a light sensor

  • Anonymous

    Front facing camera too

  • Ali

    Huawei? Does this mean another Comet or Tap?

    • Anonymous

      Probably not seeing how it has HD recording/playback. Also it has HDMI out and Dolby on board. Sounds like a great entertainment focused smartphone. I wonder what the processing specs are.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

    I’ll save judgement until we find out more on this device. I had a Tap and didn’t enjoy it much and the Comet is just weak even for a lowend device.

    • http://twitter.com/Pistol_Pat M. Patrick Ortiz

      I honestly enjoyed reading this. People do understand that not every phone can be a hit. Cliq XT is bad but I would take a Droid X over any other Android. handset.

    • http://twitter.com/Pistol_Pat M. Patrick Ortiz

      I honestly enjoyed reading this. People do understand that not every phone can be a hit. Cliq XT is bad but I would take a Droid X over any other Android. handset.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

    Here is some info I found about the X6:

    “The Huawei X6 on the other hand is fitted with a wider LCD capacitive touchscreen display measuring up to 4.1 inches. Offering peak download speeds of 14.4Mbps, it packs in the latest Google services and Froyo. The Ideos X6 is a complete multimedia package proffering Dolby mobile surround sound, high-definition video recording and playback, as well as HDMI out.”

    It also has a 1Ghz Snapdragon CPU, 512MB of RAM and a 2GB ROM. Not to shabby.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

    Here is some info I found about the X6:

    “The Huawei X6 on the other hand is fitted with a wider LCD capacitive touchscreen display measuring up to 4.1 inches. Offering peak download speeds of 14.4Mbps, it packs in the latest Google services and Froyo. The Ideos X6 is a complete multimedia package proffering Dolby mobile surround sound, high-definition video recording and playback, as well as HDMI out.”

    It also has a 1Ghz Snapdragon CPU, 512MB of RAM and a 2GB ROM. Not to shabby.

    • Anonymous

      Not too shabby indeed.

    • Anonymous

      Not too shabby indeed.

    • Ali

      Based on specs alone it sounds like a good phone, but you gotta wait to play with it. Huawei doesn’t exactly have the best reputation in the world…

  • Vibrant Addict

    Looks square like the iPhone 4. I’m not sure I’ll buy any phones from this company tho myself. Only time will tell pending specs.

  • Vibrant Addict

    Looks square like the iPhone 4. I’m not sure I’ll buy any phones from this company tho myself. Only time will tell pending specs.

  • Vibrant Addict

    Looks square like the iPhone 4. I’m not sure I’ll buy any phones from this company tho myself. Only time will tell pending specs.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

    Just one more comment. If those specs are true and that is a front facing camera we see in the picture then this Huawei could turn out to be the best android phone in T-Mobiles lineup.

  • Techdude

    5 megapixel camera? This phone looks like it should be sporting an 8 megapixel camera instead. Unless they mean the front facing camera is 5 megapixels? ;)

    • Anonymous

      More mega pixels does not equate to better camera quality.

    • Anonymous

      More mega pixels does not equate to better camera quality.

  • Anonymous

    I appreciate the effort Huawei, I really do. But after the Tap…probably gonna pass.

    • http://twitter.com/Pistol_Pat M. Patrick Ortiz

      After boycotting all these companies, you might have to start up your own. Along with all the other simple-minded folk.

      • Anonymous

        All what companies? I said one thing about one company.

        Huawei has yet to put out, in my opinion, a good phone. The Tap and Comet, the only 2 phones in Tmo’s lineup, are not good phones at all.

        It’s not like I’m thrashing every company that comes to Tmo. I’ve had a HTC and a Samsung phone and I loved them both and have good experiences.

        Do you go back to restaurants that have bad food after you have gone there? As a Tmo rep I have seen my problems with the tap and the comet and I simply do not recommend them. Same thing with Nokia’s mid level phones like the Nuron.

        If anything you should be bashing me for acting a little premature in my judgement because:

        A) Tmo hasn’t even announced the phone yet
        B) I haven’t even seen/played with it

        But I’ve seen problems with Huawei phones and I probably won’t be going down the road with this phone. It just simply isn’t for me.

        • mrjoeyloke

          the comet is actually an ok phone1! i have one.. the only thing i dont like about it is the lack of multi touch! thats it… the speaker is the loudest i have heard on a phone yet!

        • Anonymous

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        • Anonymous

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        • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

    I appreciate the effort Huawei, I really do. But after the Tap…probably gonna pass.

  • Anonymous

    Cheap crap because TMO cant afford something like the Thunderbolt

    • Anonymous

      The thunderbolt? what is so great about that device? from what I have heard it doesn’t even have a dual-core processor.

      • the dude

        neither does your phone

    • http://twitter.com/SaykredCow Suraj Ithikatt

      The thunderbolt is merely a myTouch 4G with a 4.3 inch screen instead of 3.8. Also, LTE instead of HSPA+.

      Both devices as well as the at&t Inspire are all part of the same family. They are derived from the Desire HD… and t-mobile got it first!

      • Anonymous

        I think that a lot of people are pissed about not having regular HTC Sense UI. We have a half rate version Espresso. It’s close, but not what most people want. If TMO would get at least one device with regular Sense UI on it, it would probably make quite a bit of people happy, myself included.

  • Jay from Mobile

    To David and anyone who can help,

    I have been reading on this site for a couple of weeks now and I must say, you guys do a great job of posting news on T-Mobile phones and other random info. Okay, enough sucking up, here is my question. I currently live in Mobile, Al. and do survey work. I was wondering what phone do you think would be best for the kind of work I do? Here is a quick rundown of what I think I need. A phone with a good camera (video and still pics) because I constantly have to send pictures, through e-mail, to the office to show what is going on in the field on the fly. Also, a phone that is pretty fast and easy to type emails on and not to small. I currently have a G1 but the pics are not up to par which leaves me having to go into the office and explain the situation in the field, which is usually a nightmare without pics. I would carry a seperate camera but with all these new phones out I figured I would give one of them a shot. Any thoughts are greatly appreciated!

    • Chatter

      I have the MT4G and find the camera to be pretty good. Obviously, I don’t know how this compares to the G1 camera but maybe you can go in the store and try a few out? The screen is large enough (for me atleast) to type emails and not feel cramped.

      • Jay

        cool, thanks. I was leaning towards the g2 or mt4g or samsung vibrant but I read on another post that people hate samsung. how is the gps on the g2 and mt4g? Just as good as the G1?

        • rev2redlineguy

          I have a G2 currently and the GPS works great. Don’t even think about the Vibrant because it’s a POS. Had 3 exchanged and all 3 of them had problems with GPS and locking up. I would have to constantly do a battery pull everyday on the Vibrant (especially if you go into the gallery) and it would lag like crazy. I hear good things about the MT4G also so the best thing for you would be to go into a TMO store and check both of them out. Remember, skip the Vibrant…it’s crappy!

        • rev2redlineguy

          I have a G2 currently and the GPS works great. Don’t even think about the Vibrant because it’s a POS. Had 3 exchanged and all 3 of them had problems with GPS and locking up. I would have to constantly do a battery pull everyday on the Vibrant (especially if you go into the gallery) and it would lag like crazy. I hear good things about the MT4G also so the best thing for you would be to go into a TMO store and check both of them out. Remember, skip the Vibrant…it’s crappy!

        • rev2redlineguy

          I have a G2 currently and the GPS works great. Don’t even think about the Vibrant because it’s a POS. Had 3 exchanged and all 3 of them had problems with GPS and locking up. I would have to constantly do a battery pull everyday on the Vibrant (especially if you go into the gallery) and it would lag like crazy. I hear good things about the MT4G also so the best thing for you would be to go into a TMO store and check both of them out. Remember, skip the Vibrant…it’s crappy!

        • rev2redlineguy

          I have a G2 currently and the GPS works great. Don’t even think about the Vibrant because it’s a POS. Had 3 exchanged and all 3 of them had problems with GPS and locking up. I would have to constantly do a battery pull everyday on the Vibrant (especially if you go into the gallery) and it would lag like crazy. I hear good things about the MT4G also so the best thing for you would be to go into a TMO store and check both of them out. Remember, skip the Vibrant…it’s crappy!

        • rev2redlineguy

          I have a G2 currently and the GPS works great. Don’t even think about the Vibrant because it’s a POS. Had 3 exchanged and all 3 of them had problems with GPS and locking up. I would have to constantly do a battery pull everyday on the Vibrant (especially if you go into the gallery) and it would lag like crazy. I hear good things about the MT4G also so the best thing for you would be to go into a TMO store and check both of them out. Remember, skip the Vibrant…it’s crappy!

        • rev2redlineguy

          I have a G2 currently and the GPS works great. Don’t even think about the Vibrant because it’s a POS. Had 3 exchanged and all 3 of them had problems with GPS and locking up. I would have to constantly do a battery pull everyday on the Vibrant (especially if you go into the gallery) and it would lag like crazy. I hear good things about the MT4G also so the best thing for you would be to go into a TMO store and check both of them out. Remember, skip the Vibrant…it’s crappy!

        • rev2redlineguy

          I have a G2 currently and the GPS works great. Don’t even think about the Vibrant because it’s a POS. Had 3 exchanged and all 3 of them had problems with GPS and locking up. I would have to constantly do a battery pull everyday on the Vibrant (especially if you go into the gallery) and it would lag like crazy. I hear good things about the MT4G also so the best thing for you would be to go into a TMO store and check both of them out. Remember, skip the Vibrant…it’s crappy!

        • rev2redlineguy

          I have a G2 currently and the GPS works great. Don’t even think about the Vibrant because it’s a POS. Had 3 exchanged and all 3 of them had problems with GPS and locking up. I would have to constantly do a battery pull everyday on the Vibrant (especially if you go into the gallery) and it would lag like crazy. I hear good things about the MT4G also so the best thing for you would be to go into a TMO store and check both of them out. Remember, skip the Vibrant…it’s crappy!

        • Chatter

          Jay – I used the GPS in SF this past week and it worked well. I used Google maps and a free app just to double check directions and both loaded and worked fine. GPS locked in right away. The MT4G is my first Android phone and I like it. I am not an Android expert so my opinion is only limited to my experience with this one phone.

    • http://twitter.com/Pistol_Pat M. Patrick Ortiz

      Steer away from Android, nothing but problems. Get a Windows Phone or even a Sidekick. Android is horrible with updates, and the e-mail clients are not as good as a Windows Phone.

      • Anonymous

        Windows phone or sidekick? two phones behind the times, the sidekick isn’t even available anymore. Windows phone 7 is just useless and tasteless and android nothing but problems? no issues on my nexus s but maybe its your own personal problem. Nexus S still doesn’t have issues with updates but even more so it doesn’t sound like the person cares about updates sounds like he or she wants something that works for his situation.

        • Anonymous

          wp7 is useless and tasteless? hilarious. android fanboys are getting worse than iphone fanboys.

        • Anonymous

          wp7 is useless and tasteless? hilarious. android fanboys are getting worse than iphone fanboys.

    • beastly

      I’d recommend a BlackBerry 9780 based on what you’ve described. It handles email and messaging better than anything I’ve seen, has great connectivity options, and a very nice camera. Plus, battery life to die for. If you’re too fond of Android to switch, check out the G2. Not as solid on the battery or the email, but more customizable.

      • jorge

        los blackberrys que he usado no soportan documentos muy pesados como los q viajan por gmail

      • jorge

        los blackberrys que he usado no soportan documentos muy pesados como los q viajan por gmail

      • jorge

        los blackberrys que he usado no soportan documentos muy pesados como los q viajan por gmail

    • beastly

      I’d recommend a BlackBerry 9780 based on what you’ve described. It handles email and messaging better than anything I’ve seen, has great connectivity options, and a very nice camera. Plus, battery life to die for. If you’re too fond of Android to switch, check out the G2. Not as solid on the battery or the email, but more customizable.

    • Anonymous

      I would recommend the G2 especially being that you are doing emails or maybe the Nokia e73 mode, its more business and still has all of the latest features. Don’t get a Crackberry(aka blackberry) its so behind the times.

    • me

      If pictures are that important to you then stay away from any HTC phone and probably look at Samsung (despite their bad rep for timely updates to Android and GPS issues).

      As far as operating systems – Android is fun but at the same time frustrating because it’s a constant waiting game. Waiting for the next update, or waiting for the iphone app to make it over to Android. You feel shafted because by the time you get home your phone is outdated. After 2 Android phones in a year I dumped them for WP7. To each their own, but it does what I want, I love the interface, and the games are far superior to anything I had tried on Android. If you get caught up easily on wanting the latest updates then Android will chew you up and spit you out.

      Anyway, whatever works for you. Go into a store and try them out!

    • TrulySmartPhone

      I go for Nokia N8 or other high end Nokia E series which it has great “video and camera” but livable lame symbian os system..this is the only thing what nokia has to offered at their high end smartphones that i think its worth buying (cam n video).. it’s not currently offered by Tmo but you can buy it at any online retailers for $500 or less (unlocked) and it should be compatible w/ TMO 1700mhz UMTS 3g (maybe 4g) also..
      here’s the full specs: http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_n8-3252.php ..

    • TrulySmartPhone

      I go for Nokia N8 or other high end Nokia E series which it has great “video and camera” but livable lame symbian os system..this is the only thing what nokia has to offered at their high end smartphones that i think its worth buying (cam n video).. it’s not currently offered by Tmo but you can buy it at any online retailers for $500 or less (unlocked) and it should be compatible w/ TMO 1700mhz UMTS 3g (maybe 4g) also..
      here’s the full specs: http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_n8-3252.php ..

    • TrulySmartPhone

      I go for Nokia N8 or other high end Nokia E series which it has great “video and camera” but livable lame symbian os system..this is the only thing what nokia has to offered at their high end smartphones that i think its worth buying (cam n video).. it’s not currently offered by Tmo but you can buy it at any online retailers for $500 or less (unlocked) and it should be compatible w/ TMO 1700mhz UMTS 3g (maybe 4g) also..
      here’s the full specs: http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_n8-3252.php ..

    • TrulySmartPhone

      I go for Nokia N8 or other high end Nokia E series which it has great “video and camera” but livable lame symbian os system..this is the only thing what nokia has to offered at their high end smartphones that i think its worth buying (cam n video).. it’s not currently offered by Tmo but you can buy it at any online retailers for $500 or less (unlocked) and it should be compatible w/ TMO 1700mhz UMTS 3g (maybe 4g) also..
      here’s the full specs: http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_n8-3252.php ..

    • Anonymous

      Well I have had all the best phones T-Mobile had to offer and have used camcorders and cameras on the on cell phones since 2002.

      Currently have a Slide, HD2 and Vibrant. For your requirements I’d go with the Vibrant. The camcorder shoots excellent HD video and the camera does well shooting 5 MP pics (and the settings on the camera are fine. I especially like that I can click the green outline on the screen for the camera to focus on that area (spot focusing).

      The Vibrant is also a sturdy phone.

      You can see my Vibrant HD video demos here:

      Night shot: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTzqg23aJAs

      Sunset with white balance demo:

      And the Vibrant shooting a rabid dog before animal control captured it (warning, not safe for kids to see):

      Compare with my HTC HD2, that does NOT shoot in HD (only VGA):

      • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/35HLVJSI34LMH5M274SCGWDZBY mike

        dude your spamming for a dog harness….

      • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/35HLVJSI34LMH5M274SCGWDZBY mike

        dude your spamming for a dog harness….

  • hi!

    best phone on tmobile…..not even on the radar of any other company….enough said

    • Anonymous

      Don’t you think it’s a tad premature for that?

      • hi!

        you’re right….I said it was the best phone on TMobile and you act like I was bashing it. BUT, you bring up the excellent point that it could EASILY not live up to any hype whatsoever and won’t even be as good as the Vibrant. Thank you for pointing that out

      • hi!

        you’re right….I said it was the best phone on TMobile and you act like I was bashing it. BUT, you bring up the excellent point that it could EASILY not live up to any hype whatsoever and won’t even be as good as the Vibrant. Thank you for pointing that out

  • Manusferrera

    it could have these badass specs then have an 1100 mah battery so just wait til more details come out.

  • Jyoung1685

    Will this be a Vanilla Phone?

  • Jyoung1685

    Will this be a Vanilla Phone?

  • Dannydarko44

    I am very interested in this handset. Huawei is an underrated company . The aren’t known well enough in the states I believe people will be pleasantly surprised by Huawei this year.

  • Tmobeast

    Dual core please. 8mp 1080p full hd. Hspa+. Stock android.

    • hi!

      freakin exactly!!!!! That is what every single one of us wants…is it THAT hard??????????????

  • zapata714

    looks like the Droid x

  • Dreaux

    No front facing cam?

  • Punisher2all

    Is that a FFC I see in the top of the phone? Or is it just a notifier LED light? Anywho, as far as the 25 new devices for T-Mo, I wouldn’t be suprised if they’re all entry level or mid-range Androids, maybe a blackberry or windows phone in there. But I wont get my hopes up for a top tier Android phone. TMo FTW!!!

  • Punisher2all

    Is that a FFC I see in the top of the phone? Or is it just a notifier LED light? Anywho, as far as the 25 new devices for T-Mo, I wouldn’t be suprised if they’re all entry level or mid-range Androids, maybe a blackberry or windows phone in there. But I wont get my hopes up for a top tier Android phone. TMo FTW!!!

  • rev2redlineguy

    Doesn’t look that bad at all. Of course I can’t really give a 100% comment until I actually have it in my hands and testing it. Otherwise, it wouldn’t be fair for me to judge something that I’ve never tested yet. Otherwise, it looks like a cool looking smartphone.

  • Jim kenobi

    I’ve heard that huawei is owned by the chinese military. So give me lg or htc or (gulp) motorolio first.

    • yeah?

      being that china is a communist nation…most things in there country are owned outright or in major part by the government and one could assume that good tech would come from the military portion…

  • http://www.facebook.com/matt.mingkee Matt Tsui

    Wow! The spec is impressive.
    If it had SLCD or AMOLED it will be perfect!

  • http://www.facebook.com/matt.mingkee Matt Tsui

    Wow! The spec is impressive.
    If it had SLCD or AMOLED it will be perfect!

  • Leaponover

    What’s up with this Dolby Surround Sound mobile. Has anybody actually heard the sound from a phone with this feature and be willing to comment on it. Just trying to see if it’s a future feature i’d be interested in when I purchase my next phone. Thanks in advance.

  • Lill21093

    Kinda funny…I work at a retail store in Plano, Tx, and Huawei have corporate offices here…Saw a woman that had this exact phone just yesterday…

  • G3rar0_33

    ugly device….

  • Anon

    *Yawns*

    No Tegra 2 me no likely.

  • Shawn

    Why does it specify 14.4 after HSPA+? When the 42mbps speeds come out, are the current “T-Mobile 4G” phones not going to reach the new speeds (G2, MyTouch4G)? If not, then they can’t keep calling them 4G phones. That is going to be ridiculous if you need to get a new phone everytime a faster speed comes out if you want to benefit from it.

    • TMOFOSHO

      anything thats more thats more than 7.6Mbps is considered HSPA+ or “4g” by tmo standards both the G2 and mytouch 4g are only 14.4 “4g”

      • Ladagaga

        It’s not just by tmo standards, the International Telecomunications Union also declared any evolved (ex. WIMAX, LTE, HSPA+…) technologies are considered 4G.

    • Thedjinn13

      Thats correct the current generation of phones with 4G wont be able to handle the increased speeds, much like the mytouch3G cant just handle “4G” speeds with a simple update the newer models for 2011 will be released to handle the new speeds. Its all in the hardware and what they are made to handle meaning the mytouch4G/G2 will then be running older tech. Its not like its uncommon that new phones become out dated within a few months and hey if they could guarentee you that your phone was future proof for the entire length of your contract why even bother looking at new phones.

    • Thedjinn13

      Thats correct the current generation of phones with 4G wont be able to handle the increased speeds, much like the mytouch3G cant just handle “4G” speeds with a simple update the newer models for 2011 will be released to handle the new speeds. Its all in the hardware and what they are made to handle meaning the mytouch4G/G2 will then be running older tech. Its not like its uncommon that new phones become out dated within a few months and hey if they could guarentee you that your phone was future proof for the entire length of your contract why even bother looking at new phones.

  • HSPA+

    14.4 Mbps isn’t HSPA+.

    • Anonymous

      I was under the impression anything over 7.2 Mbps was HSAP+…

      • tom

        No, it’s not. The minimum for HSPA+ is 17.6 Mbps. 14.4 Mbps down is HSDPA 14.4 like 7.2 down is HSDPA 7.2. There’s also HSDPA 10.1. T-Mobile has these implemented too. Most people with the Rocket USB modems usually get dropped down to 10.1 or below due to higher sensitivity to interference of the higher rate implementations.

        • TMOTECH

          You people kill me. Yes it is, no it isn’t… Blah Blah Blah….Who cares. As long as it is fast and it works why do you care what it is called. You are all wrong about all of your info and I am not going to explain why. It is obviously way over your collective heads. Just know that every carriers will eventually have speeds as fast a T-Mobile does now and when they do T-Mobile will be faster. Move along sir, Move along.

        • TMO

          It’s over your head too, obviously.

      • umts79

        You were under the wrong impression.

        • Joeblow

          14.4 is HSPA+. HSDPA goes to 7.2 mbps which is seen on the vibrant. 14.4 is the base HSPA+ speeds which are seen in the mytouch 4G and the G2. The new samsung vibrant+ will have hspa+ 21 mbps. Do your research before posting wrong info. If you don’t believe me follow this link and look at the specs that say hspa+ 14.4 here http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=2878

        • Me
        • GG

          So not only was T-Mobile lying about having 4G until the ITU expanded their definition to include HSPA+, they’re lying about having 4G phones since none of them have HSPA+.

          I guess T-Mobile is joining the rest of the carriers with their lies.

  • Anonymous

    Sounds pretty good but I will wait and see if the LG Optimus 2X comes to T-mobile before replacing my Vibrant

  • Notebookgrail

    LG Optimus 2X coming in March to TMO.

  • MIKEEEEE

    they’re going to be super big in a couple of years.

    they probably have a tablet in the works too.

    when the chinese get there ducks in a row, competition gets fierce and prices go down with better quality products.

    i hope it flies really high.

    • mouse

      Well, I’ll buy something from them in a couple years then.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Matthews/100000189923615 James Matthews

      The already have a tablet.

  • T-Mobeeele

    Huawei = Crap (i.e. t-mobile tap, t-mobile comet, web connect jet)
    No thanks.

    • beastly

      I’ll give you the Tap, but the Comet seems pretty solid, for the price. It’s not the G2, but it’s not crap.

  • http://twitter.com/stevensteve steven

    I remember when HTC was an unknown company. Now look where they are now.

    • Hyundai

      I don’t care what HTC used to be. I didn’t buy HTC phones before but I would now. Maybe I’ll buy Huawei phones years in the future but I won’t be buying any now that’s for sure.

  • Wqew5
  • Anonymous

    I think what a lot of people are pissed about is not having plain HTC Sense. Espresso is pretty close, but I think most would prefer a HTC device with regular sense, and TMO has none.

  • LMFAO

    wtf t-mobile get these phones right. what t-mobile needs to do is get a phone with new tech such as:

    http://www.engadget.com/2011/01/15/man-discovers-glasses-free-3d-tech-in-the-blink-of-an-eye-video/#disqus_thread

  • Cr@ckberry

    Looks good, big touch screen, HSPA+ 4G support, hdmi, based on the picture there is what looks to be a front facing camera, Android 2.2 (Froyo), and HD video recording. Some pretty nice specs.

  • Dj Chuck Tay’s

    That phone LOOKS like garbage….forget the specs….design FAIL, step your game up Hawaii

    #EnuffSaid