Posts tagged with: Ascend G6
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    Now that we looked at the Huawei Ascend G6, we're comparing it to a phone that is (somewhat) similar in specs and utility: HTC's One Mini, a mid-range device which has a lot of things in common (and a lot of other things unique) with the Ascend G6. Both of these phones have an aluminum back, but, while the One Mini has a four megapixel "UltraPixel" camera at its back, the Ascend G6's front-facer has a five-megapixel webcam. If that's not enough (or you don't care about taking pictures), it's 720p (One Mini) vs qHD (Ascend G6), and a lot of other discrepancies. Check out the on-site ...

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    There were five devices announced by Huawei today at MWC 2014 in Barcelona, which means we have a lot of videos for your viewing pleasure. We're seen the MediaPad X1 hands-0n and comparison videos (against an Apple and a Nexus slate), and now we're looking at the only (real) phone that has seen the light of day: Ascend G6. While it follows the general design guidelines of the Ascend P6 from last year, the G6 has more modest specs (and affordable price). We're looking at a 4.5-inch qHD screen, 1.2GHz SoC, 2,000mAh battery, and an eight-megapixel Sony camera with five-megapixel front-facer, ...

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    Coming in to today's Huawei MWC event, we thought we had a decent understanding of the sort of hardware the manufacturer had in store: a phone (if not two), two tablets, and a smartwatch. Leaks already outed details on some of those models, but we still needed confirmation. Today, Huawei announces its new spread of hardware, and it largely conforms to our expectations. For starters, we've got the Ascend G6 smartphone. As we previously heard, it will feature a qHD display, now confirmed as a 4.5-inch component. Look for a quad-core 1.2GHz SoC, 2000mAh battery, and an eight-megapixel Sony ...

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    Unlike LG, Huawei may not be announcing its MWC hardware way in advance of the actual show, but that doesn't mean we don't know what to expect. Earlier this month we heard a report claiming that Huawei would come prepared with a couple new tablets, at least one phone, and maybe even a smartwatch. That general idea (sans watch) seemed supported by a teaser the company put out a few days back, mentioning two tablets and a phone. We've been wondering just what phone Huawei could be talking about, with one candidate being the Ascend D3. Tonight we've got a different Huawei handset to check ...

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