Hisense is yet another electronics manufacturer that jumped on the Android bandwagon, as it recently announced the HS-E90 – its very first Android phone.
The Hisense HS-E90 features CDMA / EVDO Rev.A connectivity, a 3.5 inch HVGA touchscreen display, music and video players, Bluetooth, FM radio, 5MP autofocus camera, MicroSD card support, and a 1500 mAh battery that should last up to 4 hours in talk-time mode, or up to 180 hours in stand-by.
The handset’s official renderings are funny, because they show the logo of China Telecom, and an UI that has nothing to do with Android, looking like a TouchWiz interface from an AT&T Samsung featurephone:
Hisense says that the HS-E90 will be available this month – probably in China first, although the Middle East, Europe and the Americas are also mentioned as possible markets. No word yet on the phone’s price.
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