The Huawei M660, a new Android-powered smartphone, has recently gained Bluetooth certification. That means that it’s on its way to the market.
The M660 features a full physical QWERTY keyboard, packed in a candybar form factor. Above the keyboard is a 3.2-inch touchscreen, and the phone runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It’s got CDMA2000 support, on the 800/1700/1900 bands, and it comes with Wi-Fi b/g/n.
Blog of Mobile assumes that the Huawei M660 is headed to MetroPCS in the United States. If so, it will surely be a very affordable smartphone for those who are very much into texting. Of course it will probably end up being called something else, as it’s unusual in the US for smartphones to go just by their (uninspiring) model numbers. What the name is going to be we don’t know yet. We’ll keep you posted.
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