Huawei quad core smartphone in MWC 2012


Huawei quad core smartphone in MWC 2012


Huawei, the biggest manufacturers of low budget Android handsets are back with a bang in 2012 with some quad core smartphones. It is a leading Chinese networking and telecommunication devices manufacturer and it is the second largest provider of telecommunication equipments across the globe.

The Huawei quad core smartphone are integrated with a high speed dual core TI 1.5GHz OMAP processor and Android 4.0 Ice cream Sandwich. Thus it has acquired the title as one of the world’s slimmest smartphone.

The Huawei quad core smartphone will be soon publicized at a mobile world congress which is supposed to be held in 2012. The smartphones that is expected to unveil at the Mobile World Congress is the diamond series. It is one of the fastest, smartest as well as high performance smartphone. To be frankly speaking two mobile handsets are all set to be launched by Huawei. They are Ascend D1 Q and MediaPad 10. The Huawei handset admirers can keep up the hope, as they will be soon updated with the specifications of the Huawei Quad core smartphone at the Mobile world congress.

The mobile handset which has taken the name Ascend D1 Q which explain “D1″ as the diamond series and Q as quad core. Huawei has already used the Tegra 2 processor in the earlier tablets in their tie up NVIDIA. Hence the news of manufacturing their latest smartphone using quad-core Tegra 3 is not surprising.

The Mobile World Congress has already been allocated as quad core phone show since about half dozen mobile handsets are expected to release at this event. As the competition is too tough among the quad core devices, it is very difficult to stand out from other devices that are being unveiled. But the Huawei is very confident in presenting their Diamond series.


We can find out in a very short time whether the diamond series by Huawei can live up to the expectations as the Mobile World Congress is only about two weeks away.

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