Thanks to the Chinese media, we know that the Mate 2 will go for RMB$2,988 (around $493) while the Ascend P6S will be priced at RMB$2,288 (around $378). In addition, we’re also hearing that both of them will start selling before the Chinese New Year, which falls on the last day of January.
It is said that Huawei-made quad-core processor will run the show on both the Mate 2 and Ascend P6S, while the rest of the specs (for both models) will include a 720p HD screen, 2GB of RAM and a decent amount of built-in storage.
However, unlike the Mate 2, the Ascend P6S will be more of a mass-market device that is easy to carry around and for which Huawei has high hopes with plans to move millions of units. We’ll see how that goes…