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If you've been vehemently opposed to purchasing a smartphone due to their high cost, you're running out of excuses. MetroPCS officially launched its latest Android device, the Huawei M835, for a promotional price of $80 without a contract (it'll normally retail for $130). The M835 -- also known as t

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July 14, 2011 at 7:37PM
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Yesterday at MWC we got our hands on the Huawei IDEOS X3, an Android 2.3 phone slotted right between the IDEOS / Comet we reviewed recently and the X5 we saw at CES. While the original IDEOS took Android significantly downmarket, and the X5 is looking to bring high-end features to the mid-end, the

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Huawei wants to bring Android to the masses, and it sounds like one cellular carrier may already be on board -- the Wall Street Journal reports that T-Mobile is presently in talks to offer the 2.8-inch, Android 2.2 smartphone and could begin selling it by Yuletide. Of course, considering China-base

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