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Huawei Ascend Mate, Ascend D2 and Ascend W1 press shots leak online


Huawei will be officially unveiling a few devices at CES. The Windows Phone powered W1, the Ascend D2 the mongo Android-powered Ascend Mate. We’ve seen these devices make an appearance online, either leaked or pleasantly shown off by a Huawei exec.

Now a new set of images, courtesy of reliable tipster EVLeaks, has popped up online. It looks like the W1 will come in white, blue, pink and blue. The specs have it sporting a 4-inch display and a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 2000mAh battery.

The D2 has a 5-inch display with a resolution of 1920×1080, 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, 13MP camera and a 1.3 MP front-facing camera, runs Android OS 4.1 Jelly Bean, 3,000mAh battery. As for the Ascend Mate, this is the massive phablet that was shown off by Huawei last week, has a 6.1-inch 1080p Full HD display, quad-core 1.8 GHz processor, 2 GB of RAM, 13MP camera and 9.9 mm thin.

No word on a Canadian launch or prices, but if any of these do arrive here they’ll most likely end up on WIND Mobile. We’ll bring you hands-on of each of these from CES.

Source: UnwiredView

  • Sean

    Frankly these are the kinds of devices that can get huawei noticed here in North America. I love that Wind get them as they are pretty high end but if they want to make a dent they need to be on the big 3 and in the US

  • A Ghmn

    Quite impressed by the D2′s design and specs. Skeptical about the Mate, only if it had an edge to edge screen with no top or bottom bezel.

  • Survey Display size

    If you think a smartphone should have no more than a 4″ display size to be comfortable for humans to use, give me thumbs down.

    If you think I am wrong, give me thumbs down

    • A Ghmn

      Looks like you’re gonna get lots of thumbs downs either way.

    • Survey Display size

      ok correction. what a silly mistake

      If you think a smartphone should have no more than a 4″ display size to be comfortable for humans to use, give me thumbs up.

      If you think I am wrong, give me thumbs down

  • dave thans

    Look good. Our market is like a grain of sand on their markets beach so probably won’t see any push. Too bad, the mate looks awesome.

  • jellmoo

    It’s nice to see another offering for Windows Phone. That being said, a 6.1 inch new Android device is just silly. I can appreciate that there is an audience for phablets, but I just can’t see how a device of that size would be useable as a handset, or easily pocketable.

  • 2c

    RIP RIM!!!!! :D :D

  • Huawei4Real

    Huawei is going to sink Samsung. Sammie is too busy trying to be Apple that they might not respond in time to stop Huawei from becoming Samsung.

  • Sanjiro

    These phones look pretty interesting, I had a chance to use the Huawei D1 Quad XL and was quite impressed with it, but was turned off by the $499 outright price at Wind; for that kind of price there are IMO more compelling alternatives like the Galaxy S3.

    I think if these phones were introduced at lower prices, they would be very successful, however if they are priced about the same as better known brands, there is little incentive to try their phones instead.

  • Dave

    Does this model comes with a spyware app like the rest of them?

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