Huawei Ascend D2 pricing starts at $607 in China through China Unicom

by: David GonzalesMarch 12, 2013

Huawei Ascend D2 price in China
Back when the Huawei Ascend D2 was first unveiled, we learned that it will be released first in China before it gets outed in any other countries. We learned about its numerous high-end features, too. The only thing that was missing from that original announcement was the information on pricing, and that has kept people guessing and guessing. Until now.

Over in China, the Huawei Ascend D2’s price has already been revealed. Apparently, it will become available through two of China’s biggest carriers, and these are China Unicom and China Telecom. The former is set to offer Huawei’s latest flagship smartphone for 3,780 Yuan (about $607) while the latter has chosen to go with a 3,990 Yuan (about $641) price tag.

It may be more than a tad pricey, but then again, there are those who might say that Huawei drives a hard bargain with the Ascend D2. It does boast a number of top-notch features and is one of the most interesting Android devices announced so far this year, after all.

  • Fifth313ment

    You mean China Unicoorn right?!!!!


  • Topcat488

    Wow, this phone is a little pricey… I’ll wait and see if Goo-phone comes out with a GooD2. They can duplicate any phone, and sell it for a fraction of the original price.

  • shaneSL

    wow! just wow!