Let’s recap the highlights of the crazy first day of CES 2013 in an attempt to distinguish the signal from the noise. We’ll include in this roundup Nvidia’s event on Sunday evening, which could turn out to be the biggest news for Android enthusiasts at CES 2013.
The Ascend D2 wasn’t the most guarded Huawei secret preceding CES 2013, as we’ve seen this Android smartphone in a variety of leaks already. Now, the Chinese Android handset maker has unveiled the handset, right alongside the 6.1-inch Ascend Mate.
Ever since the Ascend 2 was unveiled in China, there’s hope that Huawei would bring its 5-inch 1080p phone to America. What better way to introduce the phone than to showcase it at one of the world’s biggest tech shows?
According to a report from a Korean news site, LG is going to start selling their flagship 1080p smartphone as early as next month! If this is true, then our minds will officially be blown.
CES 2013 is right around the corner and a few OEMs are expecting to have a mammoth year. One such OEM is Huawei, who has three flagship devices ready to be announced. Take a sneak peak at them now.
Oppo has the Find 5, ZTE the Nubia Z5 and Huawei the Ascend Mate. Enough to make you get past any preconceived notions you might have about Chinese technology and start the drooling?
Earlier today we reported on the Huawei Ascend D2 and the first official images associated with it. Now it seems that a press photo of the Ascend D2 has been leaked as well.
According to a Richard Yu, Huawei’s Head of Devices, a phone called the D2 will be announced at CES in January next month. It’ll have a 5 inch 1080p display. Here are the first photos of the device.
The Huawei Ascend D2 was unveiled in China about a month back, and just like any other presentation event for an upcoming super-phone, there were a few details left out. Thankfully, the blanks are now starting to be filled out, completing a truly outstanding spec sheet.
It looks like Huawei is gearing up for a major launch of several new smartphones in early 2013, both for the Android and Windows Phone platforms. While we don’t know everything about the upcoming smartphones, it is believed that there will be four new Android devices and two phones that run on Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.