Huawei is the strong, silent type behind the T-Mobile Pulse and the upcoming T-Mobile Pulse Mini. The company is massively hugenormous in China, but chooses to stay mostly under the radar here in Blighty by building the dongles and phones sold by networks under their own names.

Huawei launched a pack of Android phones at last week's Mobile World Congress, and although it couldn't confirm whether we'll be seeing all of them in the UK, they could offer a glimpse of what's to come for less expensive Android phones this year.

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The Huawei U8230 runs Android 2.1 and features an 89mm (3.5-inch) HVGA touchscreen. There's HSUPA for fast uploads over 3G too.
The U8230 has a 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus.
The Huawei U8110 is the Huawei version of the T-Mobile Pulse Mini, with a 71mm (2.8-inch) QVGA touchscreen and has HSDPA for speedy 3G downloads. It also has a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back.
The Huawei U8100 has a 71mm (2.8-inch) QVGA touchscreen and a 3.2-megapixel camera, and should come in at the cheaper end of the spectrum.
The Huawei U8220 is the Huawei version of the T-Mobile Pulse, but this bad-boy is running version 2.1 of the Android operating system.
The U8220's 89mm (3.5-inch) screen is backed up with a 3.2-megapixel camera and HSUPA for fast Web browsing over 3G.
The Huawei U8500 (left) and U8800 are so new, they're being displayed in an phone incubator. The U8500 has a 81mm (3.2-inch) HVGA screen and a 3.2-megapixel camera. The U8800 features HSPA+ connectivity -- which promises to be even faster than HSPA -- as well as a 97mm (3.8-inch) screen and a 5-megapixel camera.
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