Huawei 6.1 Inch Display Panel Leaks Out: Is it Ascend Mate 2?

By Vivek

Huawei Ascend Mate was announced back in January this year, now it's successor Huawei Ascend Mate 2 is making round in the online world. Just recently, the handset's huge 6.1 inch display panel has surfaced online. The images were actually posted by the folks at nowhereelse which is a French Site.

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Huawei 6.1 Inch Display Panel Leaks Out: Is it Ascend Mate 2?


Looking at the display glass of the device, it seems pretty much of a size that is familiar with the predecessor Ascend Mate which came with 6.1 Inch. Moreover, thinner bezel has become the trend and Huawei has evidently followed it as we can see a similar sleek bezel on the sides of the display. Moreover, reports also hint at the 6.1 inch display size. Sadly there is no information on the handset as of now.

Huawei has threatened some of the smartphones with its already quite popular Ascend P6 while it still has not made it to the top highlights so far. The manufacturer could have been focusing a bit less on the UI and the display as most of the reviews hint at these two aspects while other parts of the device seems pretty regular.

Recently, Huawei also announced their waterproof device called Honor 3 device in China however, the price has not been revealed by the company. Talking about specs, this device features 4.7 inch HD screen that offers a resolution of 1280 x 720pixels. The device runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS and is powered by a quad-core Huawei K3V2E processor clocked at 1.5GHz and one can also see the support of 2GB RAM in the handset.

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