New Delhi: Huawei's Chairman of devices, Richard Yu, popped into a Huawei store in Guangzhou, China recently and flaunted the Ascend Mate, a 6.1-inch smartphone with a 1080p resolution display, according to a report by Engadget. The handset is expected to make its official debut at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013.
It is rumoured that the Huawei Ascend Mate features a 1.8GHz quad-core HiSilicon K3V3 processor. Engadget notes that this 1080p display features a pixel density of 361ppi.
Wu stated that this handset features a LTPS type display, which may mean that it has a low temperature polysilicon. It is also known that the handset will include a 4000mAh battery, 2GB RAM and will be 9.9mm thick.
Earlier this month, Huawei Vice President Yu Chengdong confirmed that the company plans to launch a smartphone that will compete directly against the Galaxy Note II.
The Huawei executive claimed that the handset will be more powerful than the Galaxy Note II, will feature a cooler design, slimmer bezel, better grip, a more stunning display and will also have longer battery life.
Chengdong went on to add that those interested in buying a larger smartphone should wait for the offering from Huawei as it is supposedly better and less expensive.
From the looks of it, handsets these days are getting a lot bigger and the line between smaller 7-inch tablets and large smartphones is growing increasingly finer.
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