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Huawei uses iPhone and Siri to tease MWC announcements

Huawei has released an official MWC 2014 teaser trailer that uses Siri to preview its new products.

It looks like Huawei is using MWC next week to launch a new smartphone and a duo of new tablets, according to this rather bizarre teaser trailer.

The MWC trailer features a smartphone that looks strikingly similar to the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S as well as a Siri voice assistant style UI to announce the three new products Huawei will launch at the Barcelona-based event.

Firstly, Huawei reveals that it will launch a “slim” tablet, which is potentially the Huawei MediaPad X1 7.0.

“There’s a new tablet with a beautiful slim design. You’ll need to enlarge the screen to see it. And its huge battery gives you days of use”, explains Huawei’s version of Siri.

Previous rumours have tipped the tablet to have a full 1,920 x 1,200p resolution display, 3G connectivity and run on a 1.6GHz quad-core Huawei Hisilicon 910 Kirin processor with 2GB of RAM.

Huawei also reveals it plans to launch a new smartphone that will caters to the selfie lovers of the mobile consumer world.

“Here’s a smartphone with an amazing front camera.”

This may well be the Huawei Ascend P7, which is tipped to feature a 5-inch screen, 8-megapixel camera and run on a 1.6Ghz processor also with 2GB of RAM.

Finally, Huawei’s oh so helpful voice assistant states there will be a second tablet from Huawei at MWC. This “multimedia” tablet is compatible with the “next-generation” of 4G, despite the fact it hasn’t yet arrived.

“There’s also a new multimedia tablet that gives the ultimate entertainment experience. One more thing, this amazing device can even support the next generation LTE network.”

Huawei’s teaser trailer finishes with a reminder that this isn’t in fact an Apple (despite the iPhone) or Samsung presentation.

“Wow! What are they? Fruit or Some Song?”, asks the excited iPhone owner.

“No. They are Huawei. It looks like Huawei is ready to amaze the world again.”

Huawei has its MWC press conference on Sunday Feburary 23 and TrustedReviews will be attending to bring you all the news.

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