Huawei Announces Global Availability of Ascend P1 Smartphone

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In January 2012, Huawei announced about its upcoming Android 4.0 powered Smartphone “Ascend P1 S” at CES. On Wednesday this week, the company declared the availability of its flagship Ascend P1 Smartphone across the world. According to the company’s promulgation, the device will available in Hong Kong, Australia and Taiwan by May of this year, while in Latin America by June. Besides, the company also announced that the Smartphone will be available in the Europe by summer of this year, while other markets will have to wait for sometimes for the device.

Chairman of Huawei—Richard Yu—said, “The global availability of the Ascend P1, which combines smart features and a sexy design, represents a significant milestone for Huawei Device. We are sending strong signals of our intention to transform into a consumer-facing brand and extend our market leadership globally by strengthening our range of flagship products. We are also expanding our sales and distribution channels to move beyond a focus on operators.”

The Smartphone will incredibly have slim design, measuring a thickness of 6.68mm—which is even slimmer than Motorola 7.1mm Droid RAZR. The device will also have 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display, 1.5GHZ TI OMAP 4460 dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM. Besides,  it will have 8-MP rear camera and 1.3-megapixels front facing camera. In addition to these, the device will also feature Corning’s Gorilla Glass and will be powered by Android Ice Cream Sandwich version. However, the company has not yet declared price of the Smartphone.


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