Huawei seems to have big plans for the MWC later this month. After the company’s Ascend P7 smartphone was leaked a few days ago, we have now managed to stumble across a new 7 inch phablet from the company. This image spotted on Chinese social site Weibo shows the smartphone posing alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, revealing the massive size difference between the two.
The rumored specs sheet of this phablet is very interesting as well. If these early reports are to be believed, this mystery Huawei phablet could feature a 7 inch 1920 x 1200 resolution display, Android 4.4 KitKat, 2GB of RAM and a 1.6 GHz quad core processor. The report further claims that Huawei will price this massive phablet at just $198 or 1,200 Chinese Yuan, which is remarkably cheap for a phablet. There have been several tablets in the past which have doubled as smartphones, so this Huawei phablet doesn’t surprise us. We expect Huawei to shed more light on this mammoth phablet at the MWC event in a few weeks from now.
Via: Talk Android