Is the Huawei Ascend Mate a match for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Let’s find out !
Huawei’s CEO Richard Yu has criticized Apple and Samsung for lack of innovation and the use of cheap materials. “The best smartphone is from Huawei.” Agreee?
While it was definitely a long time coming, being at the center of numerous leaks and even a semi-official announcement, you can’t say Huawei Ascend Mate’s unveiling at CES 2013 was run-of-the-mill.
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 Mate has been officially unveiled, after being thoroughly leaked and revealed semiofficially by Huawei itself weeks ago. We now the specs, features and availability details.
CES is one of the most important and glamorous yearly trade shows in technology, and, although this year’s event might not be very spectacular, there are still numerous gadgets to look for with excitement.
If you’re looking for more revealing pictures of the Ascend Mate, you’re in luck, because more images of the handset have found their way online, showing the Mate as it sits next to the smaller, but still big Ascend D2.
A Huawei executive has revealed that his company is currently working on a new device that will take on Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2. He revealed that the device will feature a “giant” display. There are reports that say Huawei’s new device will feature a 6.1-inch display, a quad-core processor, and a 4,000 mAh battery.
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.
The success of the Galaxy Note series has left other manufacturers scrambling for an answer. From HTC’s J Butterly and Sony’s Odin, to Huawei’s Ascend Mate – everyone’s trying to get a piece of the phablet piece. Hold up, let’s scratch the last one and move Huawei’s offering from the list, as it’s been proven to be a fake. Or has it?