Tangkapan akhbar Huawei Ascend P2 bocor, kelihatan agak nipis

Terdapat banyak syarikat berarak di sekitar telefon bimbit super tipis di CES, termasuk Alcatel, yang One Touch Idol Ultra telah diisytiharkan sebagai telefon pintar paling nipis di dunia. Ultra Idol berukuran 6.45mm, tetapi Richard Yu dari Huawei menjanjikan kita akan melihat peranti yang lebih nipis di Kongres Dunia Mudah Alih.

Sememangnya, telefon itu akan menjadi susulan kepada tahun lepas Huawei Ascend P1 S, telefon yang pernah bergelar paling nipis di dunia. Apa yang secara logiknya digelar sebagai Huaweid Ascend P2 S kelihatan untuk menuntut semula mahkota itu.

Yu juga berkata untuk menjangkakan pemproses okta-teras dalam masa terdekat. Kami akan bertindak terkejut, tetapi selepas Huawei menggugurkan cip quad-core dalaman mereka sendiri pada MWV tahun lepas, tiada apa yang tidak dapat disangkal. Adakah teknologi lapan teras itu akan berkahwin dengan susulan Ascend P1 ultra-nipis? Itu tinggal spekulasi.

[via Engadget]

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Hell yea. I have pretty big hands and this is a perfect size for me, Huawei is really stepping their game up and it’s nice to see new contenders entering the high-end market.

In reply to Noble Sellers.

Guys you can get your personal storage at home. The pics I take are automatically uploaded to my buffalo cloudstorage at home when WiFi is enabled(if you so choose). Easily accessible if you want to. There are also more personal and private options out there. I’m don’t mind this but 8gigs really doesn’t make sense.

really interesting Smartphone, but i fear, that the Huawei Ascend P2 will be again only months later in trade!

In reply to domatau.

Ya, just like we assumed with the nexus 4. They’reing us towards the cloud. And im not going for it, you can have my music but there is no way in hell I’m uploading my photos to some server.

In reply to OptimusL.

The magic of rooting. This phone would look sweet with a stock android 4.2 ROM on it.

The phone looks really good but I don’t like the UI that they have.

huawei is really trying !!

Memory card slot?

In reply to BoSamps.

Yeah, and it looks exactly like CyanogenMod’s old percentage + battery icon.

In reply to Fr0stTr0n.

Call me right after you get your call…

I like that it has the % of battery next to battery icon

Call me with the Note 3 announcement….

8 gigs? Really? That’s a really nice device with great specs minus the internal storage. 32 gigs should be a standard by now. Memory isn’t that expensive, I wonder why companies don’t catch on already

In reply to KOLIO.

if true, one can only assume there’s a micro sd slot or there had better be one!

This is not a cheap plastic nokia phone 🙂

We’ve been hearing a lot about the Huawei Ascend P2 lately, but it’s been tough to procure a shot of the device. We’ve been hearing that this is supposed to be the world’s thinnest device, but considering how often that title changes hands these days we aren’t sure if that claim has been outdated since Alcatel assumed control of it with the One Touch Idol Ultra.

Well, a new press shot has finally leaked ahead of its Mobile World Congress unveiling, and if it’s anything to go by then we’d say Huawei has a good shot of besting Alcatel’s aforementioned flagship. We don’t get an exact measurement to go along with this leak, but this thing is sleek enough to forget that it’s sitting inside a pair of skinny jeans.

Beauty is mostly skin deep in the mobile world, though, so let’s take a look at what specs we’re supposed to be getting. Rumored are a 4.5 inch IPS display with 1080p HD resolution, a 1.8GHz quad-core processor that’s likely made in-house, 2GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, a 13 megapixel camera on the back with a 1.3 megapixel shooter on the front, a 3,000mAh battery, Android 4.1 and more.

We’ll be expecting Huawei to create a considerable amount of noise about this flagship follow-up to the original Ascend P1, but the company hasn’t been rumored to be bringing anything else to the show. This is a big sign that Huawei is ready to take another step forward in becoming a premium device OEM, but until the company can roll these handsets out on a global scale they’ll have a tough time trying to become the next big name in mobile. Stick with us through the end of February as we expect to get our greasy palms on the beaut you see above.

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