Expected to be unveiled at CES in January, Huawei’s newest smartphone was shown off by Richard Yu. The Chairman of devices at Huawei flaunted the device at a store in Guangzhou yesterday. Called the Ascend Mate, the Android powered smartphone has a massive 6.1 inch 1080p screen with 361ppi.
The phablet is expected to be powered by a 1.8Ghz HiSilicon K3V3 quad core processor and will have a 9.9mm thin profile. Keeping it all running is a massive 4,000 mAh battery which should hopefully provide exemplary battery life. The executive revealed that the screen is an LTPS (Low temperature polysilicon) type display. The phone which will be revealed alongside the Ascend W1 and D2 will be priced at approximately $480. Video embedded below.