Monday, February 16, 2009
Chinese manufacturer Huawei during MWC has declared that it plans to put on the market 2-3 models of phones based on operational system Android in this year, and in the following - some more. Edward Chen, the head of devices department, has declared in interview Reuters, that the company also discusses an opportunity of release a Symbian devices, and also Linux-platform LiMo. Now Huawei creates phones for operators who then sell it under the brands. Volumes of manufacture in current year are planned in volume about 40-45 million pieces (in the past year it has been sold 33 million devices). Chen also has added, that the Chinese manufacturer gathers in the end of this year or the beginning following to present the commercial sample of phone with the next generation technology LTE.