By Brandon Miniman | January 8, 2011 10:23 AM
In this video we show off Huawei’s flagship Android 2.2 phones, the Ideos X5 and the U9000. While both devices have a solid level of build quality, and while they feel quite fast thanks to their vanilla installations of Froyo, we can’t help but feel a bit “meh” over these products at a time when Motorola, LG, and Samsung are showing us their next-generation 4G devices with Tegra 2 chips, higher resolutions screens, and other cool functions. That said, these two devices for Huawei, if priced right, could be a good entry-mid level Android phone for those that don’t need all the bells and whistles of the more expensive units. The Ideos X5 sees a European release this month, while the U9000 has no release date as of yet.