In late December 2010 Samsung and Google showed off the world’s largest Samsung Nexus S at a Best Buy in California, the fully functional demo wowed millions. At CES, we saw the World’s Largest Huawei X5
Chinese manufacturer Huawei, has just recently started showing up on US carriers. The Huawei Ascend and the “Cosmos” are both Android devices available in the US. Cricket Wireless carries the Ascend and T-Mobile carries the “Cosmos”. In speaking with Cricket’s General Manager for Devices Matt Stoiber at Pepcom’s Digital Experience, as part of CES, he confirmed that Cricket will receive a replacement for the Ascend by Huawei this year in addition to the X5. A Huawei spokesperson told us a new Android device by Huawei, featuring a qwerty keyboard, will hit the nation’s third largest carrier, Sprint, later this year.
The X5 features a 3.8″ capacitive touchscreen display with Android 2.2, 5mp camera and 800mhz processor.
The X5 seems to be positioned as Huawei’s flagship Android device for 2011.