This year's MWC saw some really exciting phones from Huawei - the icing of the cake undoubtedly being the Huawei Ascend D quad. The company's new flagship will use a homebrewed quad-core processor instead of an NVIDIA, TI or Qualcomm sourced chip.
However, sticking to its own chipset isn't the smooth sailing Huawei may have hoped, as the D quad has been delayed due to issues with the manufacturing of the processor. Huawei's vice president Yu Chengdong says that mass production of the phone will only start in August.
Huawei's R&D team has been told to increase its efforts on fixing the issue. Still, it will be at least until August (possibly even later) before the Huawei Ascend D quad will go on sale.
The delay will also affect the D quad XL (which is a D quad with a huge 2500mAh battery), but there's no info on when it will go into mass production.
Thanks to Oliver for the tip!
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wanna cut the costs so deep try to manufacture at home and as usually the finger is under the bread so the knife will slice it. those ceo's should be throw away from companies see elop they put in the graves good companies=Nokia...
Well , dear unintelligent man, as to what we should be concerned would be, for that money what is the better ptoduct, don't care about generations of soc but for final results.
I had the idea that Foxconn is manufacturing in India and that it is swedish company.