Huawei introduced lots of Android phones until now, but none of them feature dual SIM capabilities. Well, the new Huawei U8520 does. Unveiled by the FCC recently (User Manual included), the U8520 runs Android 2.2, and comes with a HVGA display, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3MP camera, and a 1GHz processor.
Only one of the phone’s SIM card slots supports 3G, while the other one lets you use your SIM only on GSM networks.
Interestingly, the U8520 features WCDMA II and WCDMA V connectivity (1900 / 850 MHz), so theoretically it could be launched by AT&T, or most of the major Canadian mobile carriers. However, since dual SIM phones aren’t that popular in North America, I don’t think this will happen. But we’ll let you know if it does.
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