The Huawei MediaPad tablet has been an instant hit in Qatar with its powerful features that include a seven inch capacitive touchscreen, dual-core processor, Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS, and HD-capable front and rear cameras. The Honor has been one of Huawei’s most popular smartphone devices with its stylish design, excellent display with a 4.0-inch TFT-LCD capacitive touchscreen, and Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) OS.
The U8500 is another feature-packed Android phone that comes with a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen, high-speed internet connectivity with HSDPA support, WLAN/WiFi 802.11 b/g support, Bluetooth 2.1 capability, and Android 2.2. The G2800s features FM Radio, Micro SD card support (up to 4GB), stereo headset interface and torch light.
Ramy Numair, Commercial Director – Devices, iQ, said: “Huawei has been expanding its share in Qatar’s IT market. Informatica Qatar’s extensive distribution network across the country has been a key factor that has allowed Huawei to penetrate various market segments. The new agreement we have signed with Royal Mobile is another important step that will further consolidate our stronghold in the market and bring Huawei products closer to IT consumers.”
Rushika Bhatia Editor
Rushika Bhatia is one of the region’s leading commentators on business and current affairs issues. She is the Editor of CPI Media Group’s flagship title – SME Advisor magazine. In addition, she leads CPI Media Group’s infographics division – with special emphasis on data, research and statistics. Rushika has a Bachelor’s Degree from Indiana University, USA and is also CIMA qualified.