China Unicom Unveils Its First Android Wi-Fi Customized SmartphoneMarch 12, 2010 | Print | Comments | Category: Gadgets & Electronics, Telecom & Wireless
According to China's Vsens, the wholly-owned customized terminal subsidiary of China Unicom, its new customized 3G smartphone, XT701, made by Motorola, is now ready for sale.
This is China Unicom's first smartphone product based on the latest Android 2.0 platform and the product, with Wi-Fi function, is sold at the price of CNY4,299.
Consumers who are interested in this product can find it in China Unicom's major business halls; electronics retail stores, including Suning and Gome, in medium and large cities; and mobile phone specialty stores. People can also buy the mobile phone from China Unicom's online business hall, 10010.com, and Vsens' online store, Vsens.com, and take advantage of the free delivery service. In addition, the Chinese B2C e-commerce website 360buy.com has been authorized to sell this product.
Based on the Android smartphone platform, Motorola XT701 features a slim and fashionable design. It not only supports 3G high-speed Internet access, but also can realize WAPI/Wi-Fi wireless access.
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