More leaked pictures detail Huawei Ascend P2


After a leaked press shot a couple weeks back, it’s time we get a real-world look at Huawei’s upcoming Ascend P2, the followup to last year’s ultra-thin Ascend P1. Aside from promising to reclaim the crown of world’s thinnest smartphone, the P2 will boast a smattering of high-end specs, including a 4.5-inch 1080p IPS display, a 1.8GHz quad-core CPU, and 13MP camera.

The new photos give us a look at the phone from all angles, including its rumored  6.45mm profile, which here looks a bit thicker than anticipated. The real judgement will come when we have a chance to handle the device. That will more than likely occur later this month at MWC, where Huawei is expected to round out its line of Android devices.

[QQ Tech via Engadget]

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  1. come to tmobile please.

    1. No! No soup for you!

      1. Hahaha, one can only hope!

  2. Judging from the looks of the screen in the pic on the left,the user was caught viewing material not suitable for all age groups…………….

  3. I’m sorry, why would anyone be interested in a phone by this manufacturer?

    The report, “The U.S. National Security Issues Posed by Chinese Telecommunications Companies Huawei and ZTE,” presents the results of a House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence investigation begun in November 2011, nine months after Huawei published an open letterchallenging “unfounded and unproven claims” that the company has ties to the Chinese military.

    1. Because… they ARE unfounded and unproven claims. Even without source code, it’s trivial to determine if a Chinese-made android phone is phoning home with “spy data”, so why do it? Get caught once and kiss a huge market goodbye with a permban.

      1. No reason to take a chance with all of the other options available from companies without ties to the Chinese military. It’s simple minded to believe there is no risk involved

      2. or maybe you haven’t read the excerpts from Eric Schmidts new book saying “Google’s CEO calls China a ‘prolific hacker’ in his book, ‘The New Digital Age,’ which is set to be released in April.. So again, why support this company?

        1. There’s a world of difference between hacking insecure systems from $random_terminals and throwing away billions in potential revenue by trojan-horsing phones in the hopes of phoning home with blueprints of Stealth Kitten prototypes or whatever…

          That said, I personally have no plans on buying from ZTE or Huawei, not because of the industrial espionage FUD, but because Samsung still reigns supreme in my book. The minute Huawei tops my bang/buck list, I’d check ’em out, as long as the bootloader’s unlocked… :)

      3. Seriously dude. Its guys like you that make me weep for my country.

        1. And it’s guys like you that wilfully confuse xenophobia with patriotism

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