The Huawei Ascend P6, the company’s future flagship device, now seems to have a price tag to it.
According to Chinese website Sina, the price of the Huawei flagship smartphone,would be 1,999 Chinese Yuan, which translates approximately to $326 or €253.
The device is said to be unveiled at a London press event on June 18, as the company’s chairman has suggested in a post on Chinese social network Weibo. The comment has been removed afterwards.
The Huawei Ascend P6, a handset that was first mentioned when it was seen in a filing with the Chinese version of FCC, doesn’t impress only in terms of thickness (it’s 6.2 mm thin), as it also has some interesting rumored specs to it. The handset will apparently pack a quad-core CPU running at 1.5GHz, 2GB of RAM and a 4.7-inch 720p touchscreen.
The main camera is an 8-megapixel one and you’ll be able to store images taken with it (and whatever else you want) in the Ascend P6′s 32GB of internal memory. The Chinese company’s future flagship is said to be a dual SIM device and to weigh 120 grams.
The Ascend P6 should run Android 4.1.2 and, according to pictures leaked on the Internet, will have white, black and pink colored versions, so that it can accommodate various needs.
Would you be tempted to purchase the Huawei Ascend P6 if it will be available in your country?
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I want the Ascend D2. But Huawei doesn’t sell it in France…
Don’t worry that they don’t sell it, worry that THEY DO SELL IT, but won’t support it. Currently listed at my local store, is a Prepaid package with their newest Y300 but that is the same store that had the Y201 and there is no listed support for US or Canada, even though it was purchased in Canada, all the support offered, is a link to their webpage without even listing those countries http://consumer.huawei.com/en/support/service-center/index.htm
One thing people never seam to learn. $326 doesn’t equal €253.
$326 equals €326.
Even when the dollar value is adjusted for inflation? I’d be surprised if $326 equals €326, because inflation and deflation rates are constantly evanescent quantities. Maybe $1 equals €.92 or €1.07 (RDM val. as I am not well-versed in the currencies.
Nexus 7 is 250 dollar in the USA, 250 Euro in the Netherlands
728 dollar in the USA (Amazon), 650-680 Euros in the Netherlands (650 euro equals 840 dollars)
The writer actually simply converted the Yuan price to USD and EUR for your convenience, that’s why Bogdan wrote “which translates approximately to…”
One thing ppl. never seem to learn is to actually read and understand the article.
It will have Snapdragon s4 pro, pretty sure about that
No, I love the starter Y201 I purchased, but try to find support on year two? This should be a warning for the next generation in North America. It won’t be around or if it is, it won’t be supported.