Huawei Ascend P2 Image Leaks Showing 13MP Camera, Rounded Back Panel and More

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    Chinese handset vendor, Huawei is all set to go on a roller coaster ride at MWC 2012 tech show. Following on the lines of South Korean giant Samsung, Huawei seems to be geared to launch an Octa Core processor smartphone. The company could possibility announce - Ascend P2 featuring Octa Core processor at the upcoming tech event in Barcelona.

    The company has already sent out invites to the tech media world for an event on February 24, 2013 saying "Please save the date to join Huawei Device at the 2013 Mobile World Congress as it unveils products, performance goals and possibilities for the year ahead".

    According to a GizChina report, with a only a few days left for the launch, a press shop of Ascend P2 has been leaked. The image reaffirms that the handset will come with a 13MP rear shooter with dual LED flash. It also reveals more details about the back, which appears to have rounded edges.

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    Huawei Ascend P2 Image Leaks Showing 13MP Camera & More

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    Further, a 3.5mm audio jack and a micro USB port at the top and the power/lock button, volume rocker and a micro SD card on the right are clearly visible from the leaked images. Of course, the obvious is there in the color - the handset is shown in both black and white.

    Going by earlier leaks, Ascend P2 is claimed to have an IP54 certification which means it will be dust and water-resistant. When it comes specs, the handset is rumored to sport a 4.7-inch 1080p display, quad-core 1.8GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 8/16GB internal storage, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and a 3,000 mAh battery.

    However, all these specs and features have been passed on by hearsay and it will all come to the limelight only when Huawei uncovers Ascend P2.

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