We still have a few weeks before CES 2013 kicks off in Las Vegas but Huawei Chairman, Richard Yu wants to leave an impression before the annual tech event starts. At a Huawei store in Guangzhou, China, the Chairman of devices showed off the Ascend Mate, a 6.1-inch quad-core smartphone that runs on Android and will feature a 1080p resolution.
Upon launch of the Huawei Ascend Mate, it will claim the title of the smartphone with the biggest screen on the market. The upcoming Ascend Mate will feature a 6.1-inch HD display with an impressive 361 ppi density in a slim frame that measures only 9.9mm.
The Huawei Ascend Mate Smartphone will be powered by a quad-core K3V3 processor that clocks at 1.8GHz, a 4000 mAh battery for hours of operation and according to the chairman it is a LTPS type, meaning low temperature poly-silicon.
Huawei’s Senior Vice President Yu Chengdong confirmed a few months back that the company was working on such a device. It is expected to make its official debut at CES 2013 and should cost approximately ¥3000 once released (about $480).
[Source: Loopy Cellphones]