Huawei to bring Ascend D1 Q to MWC, a quad-core smartphone?

14 February, 2012 | Comments (20) | Post your comment

Huawei made quite a splash at CES with their stunningly thin Ascend P1 S Android phone and their Chief Marketing Officer, Yu Chengdong, reportedly let it slip that Huawei will be showing off the Ascend D1 Q and the MediaPad 10 at the MWC.

That can make an even bigger splash - the Japanese blog that spotted Yu Chengdong's post is reporting that the D stands for Diamond (which is higher end than the P1's Platinum) and the Q stands for quad-core.

Of course, the "Q equals quad-core" reasoning is not official, so take it with a pinch of salt.

There's not much else we know about the phone or is purported companion - the Huawei MediaPad 10. The MediaPad 10 will clearly be a 10" version of the 7" MediaPad, but that's all the info on it.

The MWC starts in a couple of weeks and we'll be there to report on Huawei's new phones and tablets.

Source (in Japanese)




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