Rumors indicate new smart phones from the Chinese manufacturer
Huawei is a huge name the Asian smartphone market, but the company isn't as big here in the US. CES 2013 rapidly approaching, and rumors are circulating that the company might debut a Windows phone 8 smartphone. In addition to the new smartphone, the companies also said to be planning to unveil a smartphone/tablet hybrid.
A smartphone/tablet hybrid device is said to have 1880p resolution screen. Huawei is one of the biggest companies in the smartphone tablet realm within its home country of China. The devices unveiled at CES 2013 are expected to be the Ascend W1 and W2.
One of the devices is aimed at the low end and the other aims with a high end of the range. The W1 is expected to use a 1.2 GHz dual core chip in sport 4.3-inch display. It will be the device for the low-end range. The high-end W2 is expected to have a 4.5-inch screen with 1280 x 720 resolution and a dual core processor.
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