Huawei rumors point towards new flagship smartphone

March 25, 2013

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It appears as if details for an upcoming Huawei smartphone have recently leaked. The device, which we have yet to see pictured (below is the Ascend P2) looks to have a decent set of specs which include a 1080p display and quad-core processor. Assuming these details prove to be accurate, the handset will also be rather thin.

What we are seeing comes by way of the Chinese language IT163 website. Jumping right in with the thickness, the handset is expected to measure in at just 6.3mm. The display is said to be 4.9 inches and 1080p in resolution. Other goodies look to include a quad-core 1.8GHz ARM Cortex A15 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16/32GB of internal storage, 2600 mAh battery and 13 megapixel rear-facing camera.

All said and done, judging from what we can see thus far, the specs appear solid. We haven't seen anything in terms of a price, however it was said that Huawei will be announcing this handset in April. No word on a release, but even an April announcement sounds fishy given their Ascend D2 is only a few months old at this point in time.

The other issue here will be availability. This so far has yet to be mentioned, however it seems more than likely that the handset will at least be available for those in China. Bottom line here, this is just another in the rumor series. The details seem early and are clearly incomplete at this time, nonetheless, we do expect more details will follow sooner rather than later.

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  • I’m waiting on this device. After the Nexus range, Huawei is my most favorite mobile manufacturer. Because in a short time they are grown to a top mobile phone developer. Huawei normally will sell the Ascend P2 first in Europe, before the US and Asia. Because they are getting most of its revenue (about 2/3th) from outside China and mostly coming from Europe, Middle-East and Africa. I live in Europe, so can’t wait till the release of the Ascend P2