(Posts: 3; Member since: 24 Feb 2013)
If all this is true, I really wouldn't mind. Providing the silicon is up to scratch, of course.
Having such a massive battery and IP57 capability is a mighty attractive proposition, indeed.
(Posts: 1943; Member since: 26 Apr 2012)
Wow!6.5mm with a 3,000 mah battery
(Posts: 563; Member since: 27 May 2011)
Sadly that part didn't quite prove true.
(Posts: 581; Member since: 07 Jul 2012)
720p is just fine, not like you can distinguish the difference at that size anyway with the human eye. 3,000 Mah battery, we'll take their word for it but i'm glad they put the emphasis of battery before anything else, thinness aside. Is this also running 4.2 as I read somewhere else they had implemented it in.
(Posts: 3479; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)
It's 4.1. Also, the battery is 2,420 mAh.
(Posts: 2149; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)
Nice device. FHD at 4,5" is a massive overkil affecting both performance and battery life, and while you notice the difference between the Note II's 260ppi and a fullHD screen, you wouldn't notice the step-up from the P2's already stellar 350ppi. Combined with extreme slim design and a huge batter, this phone is a winner.
Well done Huawei! Let the new kids on the block steal some shine!
I don't really care about the resolution,well HD 720p is enough for me,because I'm not used to make my phone charge everytime I can.For me what's important is brightness,because I use my phones very much in bright sunlight(outdoors) and the brightness is very important for me.Talking about screen resolution,I mean I've never really noticed any difference between HD or non HD screen,even though there is a little bit difference for sure,but with an eye(without any technology) the difference isn't big.
Huawei Ascend P2 nigh confirmed: won't have 1080p display, will compensate with extreme slimness