Mobile manufacturer Huawei has just announced the launch of a new Android smartphone with a 3D interface, nicknamed the Vision.
The Chinese firm has added a new dimension to the interface on its latest high-end smartphone—but not the display itself. The three dimensions that are mentioned in the spec are purely graphical, rather than actually visible like at the cinema.
The Vision handset will have a 3.7'' touchscreen interface and will run version 2.3, aka Gingerbread, of Google's Android OS.
It weighs in at just 121 g, is 9.9 mm thick and looks an awful lot like the HTC Desire S. It has a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512 MB of RAM and 2 GB of internal storage that can be extended right up to 32 GB with a microSD card. The camera takes 5 Megapixel still photos or 720p video.
For communicating with the outside world, it has b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS, and a range of games come pre-installed, including Angry Birds, Order & Chaos Online, Guerilla Bob HD and Asphalt 6: Adrenaline.
It's set to go on sale in September in a 'selection of markets', but there aren't yet any details about just which countries will get it, nor how much it will cost.
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