Huawei Ascend W1 launches in China cheaper than Lumia 620
Huawei Ascend W1 was announced back at CES, a day after company's Android flagships got official. The Ascend W1 runs on Windows Phone 8 but relies on attractive price tag, rather than high-end specs to impress customers.
The Ascend W1 is now available in China, Huawei's home country, and is the cheapest WP8-powered smartphone there. It costs ¥1599 (about $260), which is good ¥400 cheaper than the Chinese version of the Lumia 620 (about $320).
If you are on to the Ascend W1 you can have it even cheaper - if you order it right now you'll automatically get a ¥100 discount while supplies last.
Huawei Ascend W1 will become available in other countries, including the UK, before the end of Q1 of this year.
I go for nokia because it has a trusted name and quality :) unless you want a disposable lolz.
- 2013-01-22 21:54
But, if Window Phone left the market what articles would you and the other Android fanboys troll in? Apple articles only? We all know how much you guys hate posting in those boring Android related articles.
- 2013-01-22 13:55
if the trend for huawei wp goes the same as huawei's android phones then it will be cheap in china, the rest of the countries will get them at higher prices-similar to competition so I don't think the price would be the decisive factor between 620 an...
- 2013-01-22 09:04