One of the Chinese smartphone makers Huawei has been rumored to come up with its new flagship device soon. But so far only rumors about the device were making rounds among the tech community. But now the device codenamed Mulan has been spotted online which rather gives us a fair idea of how the device looks like. Moreover, its power and performance aspect can also be known as it has already went through the AnTuTu Benchmarking site.
Earlier in April this year, Huawei's Senior VP had mentioned about the flagship phone from the company which would be in his words, "stunning" top-tier smartphone with a range of "unique features."
But a confusion came into play when a new picture emerged online courtesy of weibo that shows a stylish new handset, supposedly set to be released in the company's popular Honor series of devices. So we are not quite sure about whether the device and the alleged Mulan are same or not.
However, according to the benchmark data that has been leaked, the Mulan (listed as model number H60-L02) has managed to score 37999. The smartphone is powered by a 1.3GHz octa-core Huawei Kirin processor and a Mali-T624 graphics chip, which is complemented by 3GB of RAM, thus clearly capable of offering great performance capabilities.
The smartphone is said to feature a 4.9-inch touchscreen display capable of delivering a full HD 1080p resolution, and it probably runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS slabbed with a Huawei's proprietary Emotion 2.3 UI. If rumors are to be taken into account, the handset can be expected to arrive with a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 5.1-megapixel front facing shooter.
So far, the company is silent about the phone and no details pertaining to the price and availability have been unearthed as of now.