If you thought that Huawei's highest point for the season is the stylish Ascend P7 that we reviewed not long ago, we'll have to inform you that it will actually be the Ascend D3. Coming to replace last year’s Ascend D2, the D3 is supposed to sport a 1080p display, and the octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 920 processor that includes four 1.8GHz cores, and four 1.5GHz cores.
What's more intriguing about the handset pictured above, however, is the fact that it features extremely narrow top and bottom bezels, in addition to the almost non-existent side ones. It's not at the level of Sharp's EDGEST design yet, but seems to be getting awfully close, eventually fitting a large display in a very manageable with one hand chassis. The Ascend D3 is expected to be released in China next month, costing around $469, and then be rolled out to other markets. Huawei is also rumored to be working on a Quad HD smartphone of its own, but this one is said to arrive no sooner than September.