The Huawei W1 may be a looker but it's not a high-end device. It has a 4-inch WVGA screen, a 1.2GHz dual-core chipset with 512MB RAM, 5MP camera, and merely 4GB of on-board memory. The good thing about the storage however, is that Windows Phone 8 now allows expansion via a microSD card slot. A 2000mAh will power the handset, so there should be plenty of power to keep it going.
The Huawei W1 should launch soon after the launch of Windows Phone 8 OS on October 29. It should cost around $300, but so far rumors say it will only be available in China.Source | Via
That is the same reason i said it before . removing battery a simple pro fact but like i said before innovations are other theme every phone on the market are coppying one another , looking more bulky or to my termns like a huge BRICK!" hologram...
the camera looks like the htc one x
does anyone think the camera look funny?