Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Quad-Core Huawei Ascend D1 Q with Android 4.0 to Be Announced at MWC 2012

Chinese company Huawei has big plans for this year’s Mobile World Congress trade fair. After introducing the world’s slimmest Android smartphone, the Ascend P1 S, during the International Consumer Electronics Show, Huawei is about to announce its most powerful smartphone.

The handset maker  has started to send invitations for one of its events at the MWC 2012, in Barcelona. The company invites media and fans to see for themselves as “HuaweiDevicetakes a leap into the future of mobile communications to unveil their fastest smartphone yet.”

Shortly after launching the Ascend P1 S, Huawei confirmed plans to debut an entire lineup of top-tier smartphones, which will be called “Diamond” series. It looks like the first Diamond series device will be announced at the end of this month.
Although the name of the smartphone has yet to be officially announced, the folks at U.R have learned that a Japanese blog has revealed that Huawei Chairman Yu Chengdong unveiled the name of the upcoming smartphone on his Webo profile.

As the name suggests, Ascend D1 Q will be the first Diamond smartphone available on the market. The “Q” letter definitely stands for “quad-core,” as the “S” from Ascend P1 S stands for “slim.”
 Moreover, Huawei also plans to announce a bigger and better Huawei tablet, a sequel to the 7-inch MediaPad slate, which will soon be shipped with Ice Cream Sandwich on board.

Huawei’s Chairman Yu Chengdong let it slip again that the new tablet will be called MediaPad 10 and will be delivered with a 10-inch touchscreen display.

There are no other details on any of the two Huawei devices that are expected to go live at the Mobile World Congress 2012, in Barcelona. However, we can safely assume that both will be powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, or a newer version of Google’s mobile platform.

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