Huawei Technologies raised the bar in mobile communications with the launch of a dual-mode 3G handset that supports UMTS, GPRS and GSM networks. Designed to work on 3G and 2G networks around the world, this multimedia power phone delivers excellent audio/video capabilities to provide consumers with the ultimate experience in entertainment and communications.
"Our new 3G handset features an integration of a variety of functions, high-end configuration and a fashionable footprint to meet the needs of our customers. The Huawei U636 is built to offer high-quality performance with a focus on multimedia entertainment as well as speed for work usage," says Li Cheng Jun, director of Mobile Marketing Department, Huawei Technologies. "The industry has commented that the lack of handsets is one of the reasons why the 3G market has been unable to develop to its full potential. Since November last year, Huawei has continuously launched five models of 3G terminals to provide telecom operators and mobile subscribers with more choices."
To meet the needs of the mobile worker, Huawei U636 offers always-on, always-connected voice and data services such as email, MMS, and mobile broadband access to multimedia content, live video streaming and video conferencing. The handset supports Java games and applications software and features built-in wireless modem, WAP 2.0 browser, Bluetooth connection and PC synchronization with Bluetooth via USB. In addition, the U636 has a memory of 40 Megabytes and a maximum capacity of 1 Gigahertz.
Users looking for a digital imaging experience in their phone will find the U636 equipped with a 180 ?nbsp; rotatable 1.3 mega pixels digital camera that supports 4x digital zooming for photo and video capture. With a color display resolution of 262K and dual color TFT screens, entertainment-focused users can expect a bright color display of while viewing their pictures and videos. The U636 is expected to be rolled out globally starting from August.
This new 3G offering from Huawei Technologies follows the global launch of the company's UMTS terminals in November 2004. In June this year, Huawei Technologies' first 3G phone, the U626, was awarded "Best 3G Phone" by Charlton Media Group in its 2005 Asian Mobile News Award, making Huawei Technologies the only Chinese mobile phone manufacturer to win an award.
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