Huawei will very soon launch their largest phablet in the market, the Huawei Ascend Mate. Packing a humongous 6.1-inch display, which is made by SONY, with a more than amazing Full HD (1920 x 1080) display resolution and in house K3V3 quad core chipset, we are seeing a flagship phablet device before the official launch at CES. If you think that the large spread 5.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Note II a big smartphone in your pocket, the Ascend Mate happens to be the biggest of all. This handheld device is for those who love using a 7-inch tablet and are enjoying their 5-inch Galaxy Note device. A 6.1-inch display size is certainly the love child of a phablet and a mini tablet …
The latest Ascend Mate, whose six-inch screen will make it one of the largest devices capable of being held up to the face for a phone call. The giant phone will feature a 1.8GHz HiSilicon K3V3 quad-core chip, along with a massive 4,000mAh battery, 9.9mm thickness and a price tag of about US$480 (unlocked and contract-free). Other specification include 2GB RAM and 13-magapixel rear camera. Huawei’s in house K3V3 chipset has yet to be tested, but if the previous K3V2 chipset matches the Tegra 3 quad core, then the latest K3V3 is one mean chip. The 6.1-inch Full HD panel is packed with Low Temperature Polysilicon display technology and it also offers a very high 361 ppi pixels density. Looks like an early leak of Ascend Mate will leave less surprise for the CES show.
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