Despite saying on record last year that it was interested in producing Windows Phones, Huawei has yet to introduce a smartphone running Microsoft's mobile OS. According to WPDang, Huawei has put together a group of 70 or so engineers to focus on a phone based on Apollo as well as a new Windows 8 tablet with a built-in LTE connection. The company also reportedly has a team in the US working with Microsoft to coordinate these efforts. There's minimal details on what the phone might look like aside from the note that it'll have a screen larger than four inches — not exactly surprising, given the trend towards mega-screened devices lately. While we're waiting to see it before we believe this for certain, Huawei's past comments about moving towards Windows Phone mean there could be some truth behind these rumors — though with Apollo and Windows 8 months out, we likely won't know for sure for some time.