One of the most rumored and leaked devices of this 2013, next to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 formalized recently, Ascend P2, has been shown to the public by the own Huawei, its manufacturer.
And as expected, there will not have exceptional technical data approached that were approaching the early speculation and leaks. As confirmed by its CEO, and the MWC in Barcelona as a witness, the reality is something quite different.
It is its official presentation has confirmed its 4.7 inch screen with 720p HD resolution, not a 5-inch diagonal 1080p. Do we still call it ‘flagship’ among the ranks of Huawei? It seems that no, and if you’re not convinced, keep reading.
Its specification sheet indicates the existence, within it, a quad-core chip at a speed of 1.5GHz, 1GB RAM and a 2420 mAh battery, plus 16GB storage or, according to preliminary official data.
Yes confirms the main camera with a sensor of a respectable 13 MP, but can quickly disappoint the knowledge that will be included, simply, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The good thing, seeing the glass half full, is that Huawei has indicated that it will arrive in Europe during the month of June at a localized price of 399 euros.