After suffering numerous delays, Huawei's mightiest droids, the Ascend D Quad and D Quad XL are finally going to get their official launch later this month.
The Huawei Ascend D Quad and D Quad XL are both powered by the company's very own 1.5GHz quad-core K3V2 chipset. The difference is that the D Quad XL packs a larger 2,600mAh battery and a thicker profile.
At the front of either smartphone you can find a 4.5-inch IPS HD display, which their back panels host 8MP BSI cameras. Internal storage stands at 8GB, but it's backed up by a microSD card slot.
It all sounds great on paper, but the delay might turn out to be disastrous for the two smartphones. As you might remember yesterday Xiaomi announced its quad-core beast of an Android smartphone, powered by the quad-core Krait chip inside.
The Huawei Ascend D Quad and D Quad XL will be debuting in China, with the rest of the world to follow shortly after. Unfortunately, the pricing of the two droids still remains a mystery.
But in the Xiaomi article it even says that global availability will be unlikely there. So if consumers aren't even given a choice then the only one that's available (Huawei) will win.
The person was not sayng the S3 specifically, but the Exynos chip. And it was to the SoC used in the phone not the phone itself. Learn to read maybe??????????
yea big battery finaly ^^