Huawei Mobile has launched its first dual SIM Android Smartphone in Australia. Running on Google’s Android 2.2 operating system, Huawei Deuce features an active dual SIM and dual standby capability, giving users the option to run two numbers simultaneously.
Boasting a 3.2 inch, 480x320 pixel capacitative touchscreen and a 3.2 megapixel camera, Huawei Deuce offers GPS with Google Maps, Google Search, Gmail and access to all the latest games and apps on the Android Market.
Featuring Bluetooth V2.1 with A2DP, high-speed WiFi 802.11b/g/n internet connectivity and a complete range of messaging capabilities, Huawei Deuce delivers seamless and flexible communication.
“Huawei Deuce is the ideal choice for consumers wanting a smartphone that gives them the option of operating two SIM cards simultaneously, without draining their wallets,” said Huawei Australia Devices Marketing Director, Mark Treadwell.
“Allowing you to switch between numbers on one sleek handset, or take advantage of different plans, the Huawei Deuce offers exceptional choice and makes staying touch with family, friends and colleagues easy and convenient.”
Huawei Deuce is available now for $249 outright at Allphones, Dick Smith and Harvey Norman.
Operating System: Android 2.2
Display: 3.2” HVGA (480x320) Capacitive Touch TFT
Memory: MicroSD expandable memory (up to 32GB)
Camera: 3.2MP FF camera
Battery: 1500mAh Li-ion
Processor: MSM7227, 600MHz
Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.1, MicroUSB, WiFi b/g/n
Dimensions: 112 x 57 x 12.7