Huawei Chairman shows off 6.1" Ascend Mate ahead of CES
At a Huawei store in Guangzhou, China, Richard Yu Huawei Chairman of devices showed off the Ascend Mate - a 6.1" quad-core Android smartphone with a 1080p resolution.
The device is said to be powered by a quad-core K3V3 chip clocked at 1.8 GHz, and offer a 4000 mAh battery, 9.9 mm frame and a screen with the impressive 361 ppi density. Richard Yu shared that the display is of the LTPS type, meaning low temperature polysilicon.
Prior to Richard Yu's demonstration of the Ascend Mate he had confirmed the company is working on such a device.
The Ascend Mate should make an appearance at CES, alongside the 5" Ascend D2, and should cost around $480 (¥3000).
It remains to be seen what version of Android the Ascend Mate will be running but Jelly Bean is a safe bet.
Coming up next is a video of the device in Yu's hands.