Last month at 2012 International CES, Huawei unveiled its world’s slimmest Android smartphone. Now, at the 2012 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Huawei is stake its claim as the creator of the world’s fastest smartphone – the Huawei Ascend D quad, powered by the Huawei’s K3V2 quad-core 1.2GHz/1.5GHz processor. It also boast the most compact design among 4.5-inch smartphones (ultra-thin frame measuring 64mm narrow and 8.9mm slim) and comes with Huawei’s proprietary power management system which provides up to 30% in energy savings.
Other notable features include:
- 4.5-inch 720P high definition touchscreen
- Industry’s most powerful 32-bit true color graphic processor
- 330 PPI (pixels per inch) screen providing crystal clear display even under direct sunlight
- Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound and Audience earSmart™ voice technology
- Camera: 8-megapixel BSI rear-facing, 1.3 megapixel front-facing and 1080p full HD video-capture and playback capabilities
The Ascend D quad comes with an 1800mAh battery, which lasts for one to two days with normal usage. Best of all, the Huawei Device’s proprietary power management technology dynamically adjusting power consumption according to usage needs and this leads to a longer battery life of up to 30% compared to industry average.
Huawei will also introduce other Ascend D variants – Ascend D quad XL and Ascend D1. The Ascend D quad XL comes with a 2500mAh battery which provides two to three days of normal usage. With the same specifications as the Ascend D quad, the Ascend D quad XL measures 10.9 mm slim. The Ascend D1 runs on a 1.5 GHz dual-core CPU and has a 1670mAh battery.
The Ascend D quad series will be available in China, Australia, Europe, Asia-Pacific, North and South America, and the Middle East in Q2 2012. The Ascend D1 will be available in the above markets from April 2012.