Last year Huawei announced one of the world's thinnest smartphones in the Ascend P1 smartphone, and as expected, this year at Mobile World Congress they've just detailed its successor. The Ascend P2 is here complete with an HD
The Huawei Ascend P1 is not the newest smartphone on the block. In fact, we unboxed the device way back in May of last year. But bringing this back to the present day, Huawei has just announced the US availability of the Ascend
Everything Everywhere held its highly-anticipated 4G event in London today, and we were right there to take it all in. Perhaps one of the biggest announcements of the event was that Everything Everywhere has been re-branded as EE
Huawei announced this super-thin smartphone at CES and we were able to get a look at it running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich back in February during Mobile World Congress. The Huawei Ascend P1 will be available globally later
Today Huawei has announced full global retail availability for their Ascend P1 smartphone, the super sleek 7.69mm phone running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich they unveiled back at CES. Being available starting soon in Japan
Last week the folks from Huawei announced their new Ascend P1 and P1 S Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphones. The latter of the two, the P1 S they are calling the "world's thinnest smartphone" coming in at only 6.68mm thin.
Huawei has just announced their new Android smartphone to battle the likes of the DROID RAZR or the new Fujitsu Arrows ES smartphone. They are bringing the worlds thinnest smartphone to market and it will be called the Ascend P1