Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies is planning a host of Android mobile phones, it has been confirmed.
A spokesperson for the company has revealed it is working on a “series” of handsets which are earmarked for European release.
Currently, Huawei has just one Android phone on the market, namely the T-Mobile Pulse, which is touted as offering the impressive functionality of phones powered by Google’s operating system at a budget price.
It is not yet clear whether the new devices will be higher end models and whether if they will be marketed under the Huawei name or rebranded by network carriers.
News of developments comes amid fresh rumours that Google is already working on a 2.1 upgrade to its platform - even before the 2.0 update, aka Éclair, has appeared.
According to Android and Me, the 2.1 version is unlikely to herald a major revamp and will instead simply iron out existing bugs with 2.0.
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