The MWC Wrap: LiMo Foundation; Qualcomm’s FLO; Huawei Androids; Ericsson’s App Store

Qualcomm’s FLO: The chip-maker and mobile TV service provider put out five press releases today at Mobile World Congress. First, it said it will be the first chipset maker to support Windows 7, also announced today. But it also provided an update on FLO TV and unveiled its next evolution of the platform called FLO-EV. The software is aimed primarily for international markets, and provides for more channel capacity and performance improvements. [Releases here.]

LiMo Foundation advances: The open-source mobile operating platform also put out a number of announcements. It said that new LiMo compliant handsets are being released from manufacturers ELSE, NEC, and Panasonic. All three will be available on NT DoCoMo (NYSE: DCM). To date, there’s been 50 LiMo devices. In addition, it said the new R3 platform release will be available soon. The update supports location-based services and other features. It also announced four new members: Adobe (NSDQ: ADBE), ELSE, MobiTV and SRS Labs. [Releases here.]

Huawei unveils Android devices: Huawei unveiled five new handsets based on the Android operating system, including one that it claims is the first HSPA+ smartphone using Google