Earlier today the Sony Xperia Z Ultra became official and instantly put to shame other supersized handsets like the Ascend Mate and Galaxy Mega 6.3. Read on to learn how the Ultra compares.
It’s a battle between big phones. Setting aside brand recognition are marketing muscle, which one comes out on top? Watch on to find out!
Is the Ascend Mate enough to help Huawei break into a market currently dominated by Samsung and LG? Okay, probably not, but is this a phone worth buying? Read our review to find out.
According to industry sources, a number of display manufacturers are developing 6 inch smartphone display panels for use in handsets later this year.
Following the launch of the quad-core phone in China, Huawei has announced that the Ascend Mate will carry a price tag of 2,688 Yuan ($430).
After keeping everyone in suspense for months, Huawei has finally confirmed that the 6.1-inch Ascend Mate will arrive in China on March 21 for about $500. How much will the monster cost in Europe?
Germany. The land of poets and thinkers, schnauzers and bratwursts, aspirin, Adolf Hitler and… Claudia Schiffer. And now the land where some of the most highly anticipated Android devices of the early 2013 have been priced.
Chinese brand KingCom has a 6.1-inch dual-SIM phablet that sells for $278, about half the price of the Huawei Ascend Mate. Good enough for emerging markets?
If you find yourself strangely attracted to the Ascend Mate, you’ve probably heard that it’ll be launched in China this month, while a global release can be expected in the following month. Those brazen enough can now pre-order the phone.
How well does the Huawei Ascend Mate fare against the Google Nexus 7 in terms of display, design, footprint, internal hardware and Android version? Huawei Ascend Mate vs Google Nexus 7: a bizarre comparison!