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Mysterious Huawei Summit coming to T-Mobile in October

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Mysterious Huawei Summit coming to T-Mobile in October
The partnership between T-Mobile and Huawei is anything but new. Actually, the carrier just announced two more devices made by the Chinese manufacturer, namely the revamped T-Mobile myTouch and the myTouch Q. Another Huawei device that the carrier has in its portfolio is the T-Mobile Springboard tablet, which was released back in 2011. And now, it looks like there's more Huawei hardware incoming, judging by a leaked spy shot.

T-Mobile will get the Huawei Summit on October 21 – that is all we can assume after inspecting the image, obtained by TmoNews. There is no word as to what platform runs on the device, what its size is, or how much it might cost. We don't even know whether it is a smartphone or a tablet, for that matter, which leaves plenty of room for speculation. As far as we know Huawei, the device could be an affordable, mid-range Android offering of some kind, although that is just our guess, so better wait until the rumor mill delivers more details about it.

And you, dear readers, what do you think the Huawei Summit might be? Don't hesitate to drop a line below and share your thoughts with us. 

source: TmoNews

Mysterious Huawei Summit coming to T-Mobile in October

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posted on 03 Aug 2012, 20:20

1. aoikemono27 (Posts: 177; Member since: 27 Feb 2012)

NBC is releasing their very first phone on T-mobile? They are thinking BIG!

posted on 04 Aug 2012, 08:43

2. Odeira (Posts: 275; Member since: 29 Jun 2012)

I'm hoping for an Ascend P1 or some variant of it.

posted on 16 Aug 2012, 10:42

3. rugby4fun (Posts: 8; Member since: 06 Aug 2012)

I would be expecting a feature phone with a full non slide-out qwerty keyboard, black berry style, reminiscent of the htc dash 3g. It will probably only have 3g connectivity, no touch screen. It would likely be targeted at prepaid users similarly to how the Nokia X2 was up until recently. I would imagine it to be running a proprietary OS

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