Leaks about the new Huawei Ascend P2 seem to appear almost every day now. Yesterday, we got to see some photos featuring the new device, unofficial ones of course. Now, its time for a new report for those who are still interested in what the Chinese company is about to launch.
This time, apart from the pics with the handset itself, we also have one that features the very first benchmark score of the Ascend P2. Judging by its looks, the smartphone seems to be stylish, but not too fancy ( just the way I like them). There is nothing futuristic about it, but still has a classy feel.
If we compare it with its predecessor, the Ascend P1 (which was very thin), this one looks a little more massive, but not in an exaggerated way (the depth could be around 10 mm). Now that we’ve established that the Ascend P2 is a nice looking phone, let’s head over to the other specs.
According to the leaked AntuTu result, the possibility of the handset having 1n 8-core processor has dropped, although I don’t know how many of you believed that rumor. The Ascend P2 scored a number of 16,862, which is pretty good, but not extraordinary. I know that the results are not always the same because benchmarks can be crafty sometimes, though if the result is less impressive than the one of the HTC J Butterfly then the Ascend P2 will not be such as killer device as expected.
As you can see in the image, the smartphone will run Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. In terms of other specs, rumor has it that it will be powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core Hisilicon K3V2 processor, it will have 2GG of RAM, and a full HD display. The camera will be a 13 megapixel one and the battery will be as big as 3,000 mAh. The speculated price for Huawei’s Ascend P2 is around $500 or less, and it’s expected to launch at this year’s Mobile World Congress.