The Huawei S7 Android-powered tablet which was originally seen at the MWC 2010 and Computex, is now up for pre-order over at Expansys. Price at around $445, the phone will be shipped 10 working days after an order is placed.
The S7 ‘e-tablet’ is a 7 inch slate powered by a 768MHz Qualcomm SnapDragon ARM processor, runs Android 2.1 and like Dell’s Streak it supports 3G voice as well as data – although you’re more likely to use the S7 with a Bluetooth headset than hold it up against your face.
Other features of the S7 tablet include 720p HD video playback, a flip-out stand, a built-in 3.2megapixel camera that can be used for video calls and a scroll wheel. It also supports 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, and HSPA/UMTS 3G connectivity.
As it’s a Google Android device, the Huawei S7 tablet will have access to more than 70,000 third-party applications in the Android Market. Unlike the iPad, the S7 uses a resistive touchscreen display and this means you can use your fingernails or a stylus to make a selection, but resistive screens generally aren’t as responsive as a capacitive display.
Check out Huawei SmaKit S7 video,