Huawei's 2015 Smartphones Boast 2K Display, 4 GB RAM and New 64 Bit CPU

By Vivek
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Just a day ago, Huawei's Ascend P8 was tipped to sport 5.2 Inch HD display and now new devices from the same Chinese smartphone maker have come up online. However, these apparently are the line-up for 2015. You should also know that the Ascend P8 is also meant to debut next year at the CES 2105.

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Anyway, back to the new leak, which comes courtesy of PhoneArena, it is a table that supposedly meantions couple of devices' names in Chinese. As said earlier, these are said to be the 2015 candidates.

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Huawei's 2015 Smartphones Boast 2K Display, 4 GB RAM and 64 Bit CPU

The first one apparently is the Ascend Mate8, which would be a successor to the Mate7, but with a 2K resolution display. Further, this one would be powered by home-brewed new Kirin 930 chipset, and availability in the fall for about $650. This once will be using 3GB of RAM as well.

The Ascend D8 is another one in the lot. It is said to come with a 5.5-inch diagonal and high-resolution display. This one should be the company's absolute flagship next year, as it also features a yet-to-be-announced 64-bit Kirin 950 processor. Furthermore, what would be more interesting to see in the device is the 4 GB RAM, which only handful of devices uses so far. This one will boast of 64 GB internal storage as well. Apparently scheduled to appear in May, the cost reportedly would be close or equivalent to $800.

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However, apart form the aforementioned specs, no other information has been revealed at the moment. Anyway, the successors to the popular Ascend P7, a P8, will be announced as soon as CES in January 2015.

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