Last year Huawei failed to impress us with a high-end device that could compete with best phones made by the likes of HTC, Samsung and LG. Instead, the Chinese company launched a solid, super-thin mid-ranger in the form of Ascend P6.
This year, they’re shooting for the stars with plans to launch an all-new S-series that will reportedly have a P-series design coupled with D-series specs. This apparently would create a device more people would want to buy.
According to the Chinese media, Huawei has formed what it calls a “dream team” which is under direct supervision of the company’s CEO.
Rumored specs of the first Ascend S phone include a 2K (2560×1440) screen, Huawei’s own 64-bit processor, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage and a 3050 mAh battery. All this will be packed into a 6.9mm thin body, making the end-product that much more attractive.
The chances are we won’t be seeing this phone until the second half of the year, but you never know. Perhaps Huawei shows us some sort of prototype at Mobile World Congress, perhaps not. We’ll have to wait a little longer to get all details. Stay tuned in the meantime…
[Via: Unwired View]