One of the smartphone makers coming out of China is Huawei and it has a strong hold on the market because of its devices such as Ascend P76 and P7. The company has proven its dignity by unveiling a number of devices at the Mobile World Congress 2014, held earlier this year in Barcelona, Spain.
Now the latest report coming courtesy of the Chinese website Weibo suggests something, which is pretty hard for anyone to believe. The publication has posted a number of images of the company's upcoming phone that features a faux-leather back casing. You heard it right! A design and aesthetics that Samsung has been using in its flagship devices like Galaxy Note 3 since last year has now been adopted by Huawei.
The smartphone that we are talking about right now is the Glory 3X Pro, which is the successor to the company's Glory 3X phone. Although the Glory range of smartphones from Huawei was competitively built, these devices were incapable of rivaling against flagship devices from Samsung, Sony, or even HTC for that matter.
Thus the next generation of the Glory 3X was built. Leaving aside the leather back panel of the Glory 3X Pro, the specs are pretty much high-end and compelling. The alleged Glory 3X Pro will feature a 5.5-inch Full HD (1080p). It is powered by a MediaTek MT6592 octa-core CPU coupled with 2GB of RAM. The device is said to come with a native storage capacity of 16GB and there is no word on the microSD card slot. However, a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front facing shooter will be included in the device.
Pricing of the Glory 3X Pro in China is suggested somewhat equivalent to $272, which can be translated to Rs. 16,354 in Indian currency.