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Monday, 10 December 2012 12:20

Huawei working on Galaxy Note II competitor

Written by Slobodan Simic



Huawei VP confirms rumoured phablet


Huawei's senior VP Yu Chengdong confirmed that the company is indeed working on a Galaxy Note II competitor claiming that the device will end up much better and more importantly much cheaper than Samsung's phablet flagship.

Rumors regarding the upcoming Huawei Ascend Mate were talking about 6.1-inch 1080p screen and 1.8GHz quad-core chip paired up with 2GB of memory. Huawei's VP noted that the new device will end up to be slimmer, cooler and with better grip, display and battery life.

Unfortunately, the precise date of the actual release or even an official announcement is still unknown but the best bet is either CES 2013 in January or Mobile World Congress 2013 in February.

More here.

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