Huawei has launched its flagship Ascend D2 smartphone at CES 2013 and the specs look impressive. It runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and features a 5-inch FHD IPS+ 443 PPI Super Retina LCD display, Huawei’s K3V2 1.5 GHz quad-core CPU and a 13 MP BSI camera. With its 3000mAh battery and Huawei’s proprietary Quick Power Control (QPC) and Automated Discontinuous Reception (ADRX) battery efficiency technology, the Ascend D2 has a stand-by time of six days on WCDMA.
The smartphone has a 5-inch Super Retina fast response IPS panel display and a resolution of up to 1920 x 1080, perfect for full HD 1080 video playback. With its 443 PPI pixel density, the Ascend D2 provides unprecedented color accuracy and clarity. Protected by the anti-scratch Corning Gorilla glass, and the dust and water resistant IPX 5/4, the Ascend D2 is tough enough to withstand everyday use. The Ascend D2 will go on sale in China in January and in Japan at a later time. Full details are available at the link below.
The HUAWEI Ascend D2’s ‘swift sharing’ makes it easier than ever to share. With a Wi-Fi connection, uploading pictures, videos and other files is two- to three-times faster with the Ascend D2 than other smartphones in the market. Its ‘super hands-free’ function transforms the Ascend D2 into a conversation sharing portal to receive sounds within a radius of 1.5m. The Ascend D2 also supports Dolby® surrounding sound and stereo recording.