Till date, Huawei, a popular mobile handset manufacturing company, has managed to survive in the global mobile phone market, where giants like Samsung, Apple and LG are most dominant. With decent handsets, Huawei had a steady pace capturing the hearts of many mobile phone lovers. But with the advent of 2012, Huawei made it public about their plan for ascension with powerful new smartphones that can compete with others, that are currently making good business.
But to gain at least a little bit of dominance in the market, Huawei needs to have something unique in their handsets, other than their trademark design quality and style. Apparently, Huawei thinks so too and they announced the beginning of their ascension with a new successor of the popular and well received Huawei Ascend, named as the Huawei Ascend D1Q.
The second most awaited International event of year, after the Consumer Electronics Show, is the Mobile World Congress (MWC). Huawei announced that they will be demonstrating and officially launching the Huawei Ascend D1Q at the MWC. With the MWC getting close, Huawei apparently decided to amaze their followers with a couple of teaser images of the Huawei Ascend D1Q. The Ascend D1Q runs in Android operating system, which is the current trend followed by many successful smartphones. The Android powered Ascend D1Q is backed by heavy duty hardware.
Huawei trump card is the Quad core Tegra 3 processor which the Ascend D1Q will feature, making the handset the fastest smartphone yet. The new teaser images of the Huawei powerhouse, kept the hype up, for which they were supposedly posted. From the images, it’s pretty clear that the handset sports a sleek look and brilliant design. But it’s not that awesome, compared to many other handsets although it still retains Huawei’s quality in the design and build, reportedly.
From the looks of the phone, one would never expect that it’s a powerhouse with a Tegra 3. Huawei still isn’t ready to disclose any of the details of specifications and other key features of the Huawei Ascend D1Q, and do not want to spoil the excitement. But obvious from many forums in the internet, it’s pretty clear that gadget buffs are ready to wait a bit more to get a hands-on experience of the fastest smartphone ever.
It’s highly unlikely that the Ascend D1Q can keep up with the much hyped Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy SIII, but it’d supposedly be a tough competitor for those handsets presently dominating the market. But unless and otherwise the specifications are announced, we can’t say for sure that the handset will exceed our expectations.