Back in May, an alleged image of the smartphone called the Ascend D3 from a Chinese smartphone maker-Huawei came into the webosphere. The phone was then taunting the smartphone lovers with its impeccably thin bezel size.
Now, the same smartphone has made to the headline once again. Moreover, in the gallery of images, the phone can be seen in all its glory. What is more interesting is the fact that the phone steals some portion of design aspects from HTC One max handset.
Moreover, the images reveal three openings in the back panel, of which two belong to the LED flash and camera module. It is not sure, what the third one is for. There are chances that it belongs to some kind of sensor, probably a fingerprint sensor?
Anyways, other specs about which we know about little consists of a 5 inch screen offering a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. As previous rumors and leaks suggested, under the hood, we can expect home-brewed octa-core Kirin 920 processor. Unfortunately, this is not a true octa-core silicon, as it employs the big.LITTLE architecture.
Apart from that, there are hardly any details pertaining to other specs and availability of the handset. As far as the pricing is concerned, the Huawei Ascend D3 is supposedly priced at $469 (approx. Rs. 28,062) and was first rumored to hit the Chinese market last month. But since it didn't get launched last month, we are expecting it to be official sometime in September.
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