This time, it’s not just a press shot. Like the Ascend P1, Huawei Ascend P2 have attempted to create the same buzz around their slender build. Also, it seems the P2 will feature on-screen back and home buttons just like D2. Rumors suggested the device is 8.6mm thick, or maybe thinner than that. It will boast a 4.7-inch Full HD display with an industry leading 468ppi pixel density, which is also expected to see on HTC upcoming M7. Ascend P2 will have similar specs as its brother Ascend D2, with a homegrown 1.8GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a sharp 13-megapixel rear shooter, and runs Huawei’s custom Android 4.1.2. Other details include 8GB of onboard storage with memory expansion slot and a 2,200 mAh battery. Huawei Ascend P2 is the company’s third flagship phone of this year after the reveal of the 6.1-inch Ascend Mate and the 5-inch Ascend D2. Reportedly, the phone is priced at around 3,000 yuan (USD$484). Two more photos after the break.
Huawei Ascend P1 had generated a considerable amount of noise among the Android community last year, and its successor is about to show up at the end of February at Mobile World Congress. We are expecting it to be a smaller and thinner version of Huawei Ascend D2 that just announced at 2013 CES, and previous leak indicated the specs of P2 is pretty much the same as D2, except for a smaller 4.5 inch IPS 1080p display. Other spes include a 1.8GHz in-house quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, a 13 megapixel rear facing camera, a hefty 3,000mAh battery, Android 4.1 and more. If that’s what P2 going to be, it is really nothing surprise. We hope there is going to be something different than what we expected here.
It is completely normal if you have missed out any of ZTE’s newly launched devices at Mobile World Congress Press conference, because the company showed off too many devices. It won’t be necessary to introduce each devices in depth. So what we do here is to sum up all the remarkable one altogether. Have a quick read through after the break.
Nvidia has already announced the first batch of phones that will run its new Tegra 3 processor. HTC, ZTE, Fujistu and LG all have their latest Tegra 3 phone at Mobile World Congress, the fifth one came to the list is K-Touch Treasure V8 from Chinese vendor Tianyu. The mysterious Treasure V8 still hasn’t made its official debut, it has a 4.3-inch display and an 8-megapixel camera, and it will run Android 4.0. The previous K-Touch phone is the Tegra 2-powered W700 which was launched last year. The older handset gained attention as one of the earliest Tegra 2 phones available, and now it seems that K-Touch has continued this trend with the Treasure V8 …
The Asus Padfone made an appearance last May, but we haven’t heard much about it in the time since. Now, Asus has officially launched the device at MWC in Barcelona, and given us a few more details about its ‘phone-tablet-notebook‘ hybrid. Prepare to be surprised by Asus Padfone.
At MWC, HTC just showed off its “Dragon” series smartphones, which is a trio of 4-inch 800×400 Android handsets, each sporting a 5 megapixel camera, a 1GHz single-core processor and Beats Audio, all wrapped up in an Ice Cream Sandwich slathered in Sense 4.0A. Hands-on photos and video after the break.
Huawei is showing off a new 10-inch Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet with a quad-core processor and high resolution 1920 x 1200 pixel display at Mobile World Congress this week. With Apple expected to soon take the wraps off an iPad 3 complete with “Retina” 2048 x 1536 resolution, it would seem Huawei is also set to make display quality a top priority going forward.
UPDATE: Hands-on video!
We’re a week away from the official first day of P1 S and D1 Q devices, ZTE is lining up some more impressive offerings, announcing three new ICS handsets — the PF200, N910 and Mimosa X. Let’s take a look after the break…
We know Huawei’s got a big plan for Mobile World Congress this year. We have just reported some specs about Huawai’s upcoming 10-inch quad-core tablet — MediaPad 10 FHD. What’s more? The company will be showing off a high-end smartphone, the Ascend D1 Q. It will be the first phone to pack Huawei’s own developed quad-core chip. Here we have some teaser images of the phone, check it out!
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