by Michael Fisher | July 12, 2012 2:48 PM
Yesterday, we posted our official review of the Ascend P1. The super-slim Android phone is part of a larger portfolio of products being hawked by Chinese manufacturer Huawei in hopes of "ascending" to a higher plane in the world's handset-maker hierarchy. The P1 was announced as part of the same push that saw the forthcoming Ascend Quad, Ascend D, and Ascend Quad XL unveiled, not to mention some entirely new chipset-building ambitions from the company that have resulted in impressive, if not earth-shattering, performance figures. In all, it's been a surprising 2012 showing from a company ...
by Stephen Schenck | July 5, 2012 4:09 PM
NVIDIA's Tegra 3 may dominate the quad-core smartphone market at the moment, at least when it comes to being featured in a number of models, but the second half of 2012 is bound to see things shaken-up a bit. We already have the Exynos 4 Quad to compete with it, and we could start seeing quad-core Snapdragons later this year. We've also been curious about the K3V2 custom chip Huawei's been working on, with the aim of launching it with the company's Ascend D Quad. We recently heard some rumors that production issues with the chip might result in a delayed launch; Huawei has now confirmed ...
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