More images of the Huawei Ascend P2 leak

More images of the Huawei Ascend P2 leak
Late last month, we were greeted with a press image of Huawei’s forthcoming Ascend P2. We expect that Huawei will formally unveil the Ascend P2 at MWC later this month.

From what we have seen so far, it looks like we have a pretty good idea about many of the specifications. A full HD 4.5-inch screen is expected, 2GB of RAM, a beefy 3,000mAh battery and 13MP camera are expected. The Ascend P2 may also be dust and water resistant as well. The processor has been subject to wild speculation however, an in-house quad-cord 1.8GHz CPU has been discussed, but more recently it has been thought that the Ascend P2 might sport a home-grown octa-core processor.

Android 4.2 is also expected, and if the CPU design is any good, performance should be more than satisfactory. Huawei is on the world stage with some interesting hardware. The company had some nice goods no display at CES last month, the Ascend D2 and the monster-sized Ascend Mate.

The Ascend P2 images reaffirm the 13MP camera with a dual LED flash. We also get to see a bit more of how the back is shaped and judging from the rounded edges along the back, we would expect it fits in the hand comfortably. On the top we can see a 3.5mm headphone jack, and possibly a micro-USB port. The right side has a power/lock button and either a less pronounced volume rocker or maybe a door for a SIM or microSD card. Zoom in on the pics and tell us what you think!

More will certainly be revealed at Huawei’s press event at Mobile World Congress on February 24th.

sources: GizChina via Android Community


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