In Canada, Wind Mobile is getting ready to introduce a new affordable phone into its lineup, the Huawei U6150. And, just as you may have already guessed, one of the main selling points of the U6150 will be its affordability. That, and its full physical QWERTY keyboard which will surely attract those obsessed with texting, emailing, or social networking.
The device runs Qualcomm’s BREW platform, and has a 2.4-inch 320×240 screen, GPS, microSD card support, a 2 MP camera with video recording capability, Bluetooth, and a music player.
The Huawei U6150 will go on sale tomorrow at Wind, and you’ll be able to grab one for just $98 without any contract signing required.
If that sounds interesting to you, bookmark this page at Wind and visit it first thing tomorrow. Or just pop into a Wind store starting tomorrow and you’ll be able to get a brand new Huawei U6150.
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