We recently posted some pictures of the Ascend Mate 2 from less than ideal angles, but now there is an entire photo gallery dedicated to Huawei's upcoming phablet.
The photographer was kind enough to take pictures of the Mate 2 with the original Mate smartphone to give a better idea of the aesthetic changes the Chinese manufacturer put into the newer device. The Mate 2 is slightly thinner and has a more curved backside. The most intriguing updates, however, are under the hood.
A 13MP primary camera, 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, 16GB internal storage, and 2GB RAM. It has been reported, however, that the screen will not be updated on the Mate 2. It will most likely sport the same 6.1 inch, 720p display as the original Mate, which may be a bit disappointing, considering that the screen is the star of the show. Expect the Mate 2 to debut at CES 2014, which takes place from January 7-10. You can check out the leaked photos, courtesy Engadget China, at the source link below.
Totally agree with you. Because of its 720p screen, I will definitely go for Mate 2.
Stop your idiotic 1080p obsession. 720p is enough and more sensible in both battery life and better gaming performance. People who seeks for 1080p in 6 inches of panel, should really go to a psychologist. It's mental, rather than being a geek.
Thats your opinion and your eyes. A cheap 1080 display is still much better than any 720 phablet, for example Note 2 at only 5.5 inch suffers badly from its low PPI, how much more then with 720p at 6.1 inch. I agree with the other guy, its time 1080 ...