FCC Shows First Huawei Handset
Jun 19, 2007, 1:10 PM by (staff)
Chinese manufacturer Huawei will soon be entering the US market. The FCC today revealed the M318, a bare-bones CDMA 1x clamshell with MetroPCS branding. The phone does not have a camera or Bluetooth. Simple, entry-level phones such as this are often how Asian manufacturers enter the US market. After some time, many have then been able to bring some of their higher-end models to market. Huawei has a large handset portfolio for China and other parts of Asia.
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...uuhh...that's right...most already do...
But hey, it doesnt have mp3, camera, bluetooth, etc... and because i think thats bori ...
Nice looking entry-level phone
lol i hate it, it's too small.
ya know there are some people that just want a basic phone
not a radio, not an mp3 player or camera
just a phone
why pay for more features when you dont use them
I'm anxious to see how they're gonna do w/ their handsets.