As of September 2015, the Huawei website offers two phones for mobile provider AT&T: the Fusion 2 smartphone and the U2800A GoPhone. The Fusion 2 is typically offered by AT&T with a service contract and monthly billing, whereas the U2800A GoPhone is a pre-paid device with no annual contact.
The AT&T Fusion 2, also known as the Huawei U8665, uses the Android operating system. It features a 3.5-inch touchscreen, ergonomic shape and a navy blue easy-to-grip finish. Owners can use the Fusion 2 to access the Web, send and receive email, navigate by GPS or run apps from the Google Play store. The phone has a 3.2-megapixel fixed-focus camera and camcorder. The internal battery offers talk time up to five hours and stand-by power for up to 350 hours.
The Huawei U2800A GoPhone uses the Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless, or BREW, operating system. It features a 1.8-inch color display and keypad, and its compact design makes it easy to slip into a pocket. Owners can use the U2800A to send text messages and browse the Internet with no setup. The phone has no camera. The internal battery offers talk time up to 4.38 hours and stand-by power for up to 461 hours.