Huawei Indonesia is planning to launch three new Android devices in the country by the end of this year. These devices will include two smartphones including its flagship Honor and the tablet MediaPad.
Chinese manufacturer has released nine devices in Indonesia till now and with the release of three more, the count will go to 12. This is certainly a good number for a company, which had decided to focus on self-branding recently itself. Huawei will also open its first Indonesian flagship store by the end of 2011.
“We will launch Huawei Vision and Honor this month, and MediaTab by the end of December,” said Riadi Sugihtani, Huawei Tech Investment’s marketing director.
There is no word on the pricing of either of the device, but we will be bringing you all the details as soon as they become official.
To give you a quick intro, Honor and Vision both run on Android 2.3, while MediaPad is based on Android 3.2 and comes with a 7 inch display.