Huawei Ascend D1 Q to hop on the quad-core bandwagon come MWC
Huawei's value-for-money Android offerings are starting to make a dent in our collective geeky conscience, and the latest rumor confirms that the company is determined to continue that trend.
Come MWC in two weeks, Huawei Ascend D1 Q is expected to be announced, with quad-core Tegra 3 CPU of its own, making it one of the first such smatphones unveiled. The device will allegedly be part of a new Diamond series, which is to entail “the fastest and most high-performing smartphones.”
This Diamond series is a step up from the Platinum one, where the thinnest Android handset, the Huawei P1 S belongs, which we saw announced at the CES expo last month.
Besides the quad-core Ascend D1 Q, at the MWC Huawei is expected to unveil a new tablet, the MediaPad 10, which, judging from the name, will be a 10-incher, and likely feature Android Ice Cream Sandwich onboard. Whatever Huawei announces, we are pretty positive it will set a new precedent for pricing compared to features, so we can't wait to handle the Huawei Ascend D1 Q and the MediaPad 10 in two weeks.