Chinese phone maker Huawei isn’t exactly the most respected name in the smartphone industry but the company definitely has the experience with affordable handsets. And now it promises to go big with its "smartest, fastest and most high-performing smartphone yet, taking a leap into the future of mobile communications."
official announcement of the yet unknown device at the annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February 2012. The show focuses more on the European market, but we could well see the announced device hit US shores later on.Huawei teased an
Currently, that’s all there is to it - we’re definitely intrigued by the promise but question remains whether this new Huawei flagship will match the rest of big-name manufacturers in both terms of hardware and most importantly - overall feeling and experience. Currently, the Chinese company has weak presence in the US with models like the T-Mobile Springboard tablet and the AT&T Impulse 4G.
source: Android Central