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.
The handset is expected to make its official debut at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013.
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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