Despite making it clear it intends to exit the US mobile market, Huawei isn’t ready to abandon world domination plans, having a trio of top-shelf handhelds in the pipeline.
The “true” octa-core Glory 4 (aka Honor 4) is not the only high-end handheld Huawei has in the pipeline, as the Ascend Mate 2 has been given Tenaa’s blessing, being therefore due for a China launch over the next few months.
The UMI X2S is no longer the sole candidate for the title of world’s first smartphone packing a “true” octa-core CPU, as Huawei is apparently gearing up for Glory 4’s rollout.
Huawei’s current crown jewel is undoubtedly the Ascend P6, an uber skinny 4.7-inch phone with upper mid-range specs and budget-conscious price, but the Honor 3 might well threaten P6’s privileged spot in the company’s product line-up.
As bullish as Huawei is about its prospects in the Android world and the potential to challenge the likes of Samsung or HTC, as modest the company’s first Windows Phone efforts look. But the world needs budget-friendly cute little handhelds too, so maybe the Ascend W2 has a hit potential after all.
If you like your phones stylish, slender and decently fast, you don’t have to look further than Huawei’s newly unveiled Ascend P6. But what if you want something a little more robust, with a bigger battery and a lower price point?
Even if Huawei’s Ascend P6 is not yet official and will only be unveiled later today, the phone is pretty much an open book following recent leaks. Subsequently, it shouldn’t come as a surprise the world craves for the P6, so much in fact that reservations have already topped 2 million.
The rumors are piling up concerning Huawei’s super-slim Ascend P6, expected to be unveiled in a week, but that’s not the only phone the Chinese have in the pipeline.
The soon to be unveiled Huawei Ascend W1 follow-up, likely called W2, has been pictured by serial leaker evleaks. The Windows Phone 8-based handheld is likely a 4.5-incher with a dual-core CPU.