Huawei has announced it’s latest attempt to break into the world of mobile phones, the Huawei Vision.
The Vision will launch running Android Gingerbread (2.3) powered with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor.
It measures in at under 1cm thick, whilst managing to support high-definition recording on the 5-megapixel camera, with autofocus and an LED flash.
“We are very excited to present Vision, the smartphone which strikes the perfect balance between technology and style,” said Victor Xu, chief marketing officer at Huawei.
“The unique 3D user interface heralds in a new era in Huawei’s leadership, as we continue to create devices that enhance the user experience through stylish design and smart functionality.”
That unique 3D interface includes a 3D carousel interface, allowing you to access all the panels of your homescreen with a swift swipe.
The new phone has a launch date of September, ‘in selected markets’
Who are Huawei? The Chinese electronics manufacturer is behind several handsets branded by phone networks, including the recent Orange Stockholm and Barcelona. The entry-level Vodafone Smart is another of Huawei’s works.
No word on whether Huawei will launch the Vision under its own steam or under the guise of a UK phone network