Huawei's Ascend P7, which is expected to go official on May 7 in Paris, has once again spotted online ahead of its anticipated release.
Major Chinese tech vendor Huawei has been planning to launch its next flagship handset in the coming months, and the device just got approved by Tenaa - China's equivalent of the US FCC. This means that the images of Ascend P7 leaked via TENAA are real in nature.
There is a strong buzz in the media about the Ascend P7- Huawei's next flagship device. Obviously there are different theories attached to the phone. Some believe that the handset could give tough competition to recently launched Oppo Find 7. Although the company hasn't announced the device yet, so take these pieces of rumors with a pinch of salt.
The smartphone in question is expected to feature a 5-inch Full HD/2K display. Furthermore, it will be stuffed with a 1.6-GHz quad-core processor coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory, which can be further expanded up to 64GB via a microSD card slot.
Plus also expect a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and an 8-megapixel shooter given on the front. There are reports which claim that Huawei has been working hard to make its native UI (Emotion 2.0) more intuitive.
Of late, Huawei has been trying to tap both developed as well as emerging economies to double its profits.
In an interview given to Reuters, Eric Xu, Huawei's rotating and current chief executive, said the company will be more aggressive in the mid range and high end market
"At the same time, we are going to build our (smartphone) product portfolio in the mid-range and high level,"
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