Full specs have leaked out for the successor to Huawei’s mid-range phone, the Ascend P1. The aptly named Huawei Ascend P2 has some impressive specs considering it isn’t even supposed to be the company’s flagship device.
Specs include a quad core Hisillicon K3V2 1.8GHz processor, 2 GB RAM, microSD slot, Jelly Bean, and a 5 inch 720p display. The specification that really stands out is a huge 3,000 mAh batter, the same as its big brother, the flagship Huawei Ascend D2. Hopefully these batteries mean great battery life for these devices.
The device has yet to be officially announced, but speculation is that could come at next month’s MWC expo. Hopefully they’ll also announce the regions the P2 will be made available.
Full Ascend P2 spec listing:
What do you make of the specs sheet of the Ascend P2?
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oh, my god, 5 inch also, the screen is too big, the max value of screen should be smaller than 4.5 inch, do you agree?
YES!!! I Agree, i want something cool between 4″-4.5″ max!!!! :(
Something like OPPO Finder with latest technology inside… :(
Not trolling, buy an iPhone. It ain’t cool but it does the job if you want a small phone. I would never buy it though. ..
I prefer something similar to S3 or N4 spec but with smaller 4 inch display.
quad core s4 pro equivalence, 4 inch 1080p display, sdcard slot, removable batery, usb-otg.
is there any ?
4″ 1080p display? You know there’s a reason why all the 1080p screrns aren’t under 5″, it’s currently impossible! But I’d say buy xiaomi mi-two with 32Gb of memory
it will be an endless battle of big screen vs smaller screen. Obviously both have different use. I prefer the 5″ (and maybe will be my next phone). well my 4.65″ Galaxy Nexus is good. But for someone using the smartphone for typing, a lot and I really mean lot lot of them, (email, sms, messenger), you will want a 2-thumbs typing in large screen for accuracy and speed. The language tools and auto-correct is no use, since my native language is not English and while using English a lot on the client and English-speaking colleague, the Indonesian language user and client is equal in number. Auto-correct will not work on my native language, not without creating a lot of mishap, and switching language can be troublesome, so the only way to do speed typing is to increase the accuracy and that’s how large screen with bigger keyboard do perfectly. Not to mention the enjoyment in browsing and read e-book which sum up my 70% use of smartphone. The rest is gaming and still the big screen is very comfortable to use and pleasant.
But of course, smaller screen have its own advantages as well, easier to carry, 1-thumb typing (not favored this much but seems everyone use it a lot, obviously not me). So, if you ask me, big screen or small screen for flagship. My answer is, why not both?