MWC is round the bend, and we expect to see a slew of devices being unveiled by different makers. One among them will be from Huawei, know for their budget Android devices.
The company has sent press invitations to the media people with the statement Huawei’s “most powerful smartphone yet.” More than this statement, the company hasn’t revealed anything about the device details.
It is rumored that Huawei will be introducing a new smartphone christened Ascend D1 Q and the tablet MediaPad 10.
Back at CES, the company had shown their Ascend P1 S handset, featuring a 1.5GHz dual-core TI OMAP processor and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. Now, Huawei Chairman Yu Chengdong has revealed on the company’s web profile about their fastest handset that will come bearing the name Huawei Ascend D1 Q.
We guess “D” stands for Diamond. The series of new device has “S” that stands for “slim” and “Q” for “quad-core”. As the Ascend P1 S is powered by dual-core, then normally the new handset, touted as the fastest, will be coming with a quad-core CPU.
Meanwhile, Huwaei is set to unveil the MediaPad 10, a 10-inch tablet that will be the next version of the recently launched 7-inch model on T-Mobile. Stay tuned to know more on the new Android devices from Huawei.