Huawei claims it Phablet Will Better and More Affordable than Galaxy Note II

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Through one of his Vice President, Yu Chngdong, Huawei has confirmed that it is working on a device hybrid smartphone / tablet, or better known as 'Phablet' it.

Huawei did not confirm the name or specifications of the device in question. Just last October faint sound sebauah Huawei is developing a device rumored to be called the Ascend Mate.

Well, Ascend Mate is rumored will come with a 6.1-inch screen Full HD 1080p and seemed ready to challenge similar devices that already exist, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note II and HTC Droid DNA.

In addition comes with an extra large display, Huawei Ascend Mate also hotly discussed will have a quad-core processor 1.8 GHz, 2 GB RAM, and battery capacity of 4000 mAh. Mentioned devices will run the Android operating system is not yet known which version.

If today we have not received information regarding the specifications being prepared Huawei, we at least got a 'leak' related that is what the price of the Yu Chengdong phablet would be cheaper than a competitor's.

As quoted PULSAonline via Unwired View, Huawei officials judged that the Galaxy Note II was too expensive. For that, he hopes to everyone to not buy a Galaxy Note II, and wait a moment until phablet of Huawei's presence in the market, which he claimed would have performed better and cheaper. Really?

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