By Stephen Schenck | February 6, 2013 5:18 PM
Huawei’s been teasing the launch of a super-thin Android for the MWC this year, measuring-in thinner than 6.45 millimeters. Chances are, this model will be the Ascend P2, following-up on the Ascend P1 and P1S, themselves very thin models to begin with. We got to look at a supposed render of the P2 late last month, and now, with just a few weeks to go until MWC 2013, some hands-on pics of what’s reportedly the P2 have arrived, along with some additional specs and an idea of what the phone might cost.
Rather than the 4.5-inch 1080p display we heard about before (which would make it the highest-density smartphone screen to date), now the P2 is supposedly attached to a 4.7-inch 1080p screen. Those earlier specs also mentioned 2GB of RAM, but we’re now hearing that there could be both 1GB and 2GB options. Finally, this latest rumor suggests that the P2 could feature one of the eight-core SoC designs we heard Huawei reveal back during the CES.
As for a price, the P2 could launch for as little as around $480, presumably for the 1GB model.