The word on the street is that Huawei may be duplicating Samsung strategy and release “mini” versions of its top devices. It is said that the Chinese company will soon launch the Ascend D2 Mini and P2 Mini to better serve the mid-end of the market.
Specs wise, both phones will use the Hisilicon K3V2 processor, with the D2 Mini also boasting a water-proof body. When it comes to the price, the D2 Mini will go for RMB 2498 (around $402), while P2 Mini will sell for RMB 2298 ($370).
We don’t have any other details and are frankly not sure whether the things said above are true or not. We are, however, confident that the two will have a specs that are downgraded from their “original” counterparts. In that sense, we expect these two to sport 5- rather than 8- and 13-megapixel cameras, smaller screens and 512MB or 1GB of RAM. We’ll let you know as soon as new information emerges…