Huawei is a very interesting company. They're heavily subsidized by the Chinese government. There's been a lot of controversy surrounding their products in terms of intellectual property infringement and military ties.
And then they go and unveil this thing, the Huawei Vision - and, as the title says, it bears a striking resemblance (from the front, at least) to a certain other phone:
The phone so nice, they made it twice.
Here's a quick spec breakdown:
3.7-inch (probably WVGA SLCD) display
1GHz Snapdragon MSM8255 processor (same one you'll find in the Thunderbolt and other phones)
512MB RAM / 2GB internal storage
Huawei "3D" UI overlay
5MP rear camera / 720p video recording
The Vision doesn't have the Nexus S's trademark "hump" along the bottom of the phone, but otherwise, it's the spitting image of Google's most recent Nexus handset.