Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Huawei Ascend Mate is now in India

Huawei is looking ot make it big in India. With the company’s largest Android gadget, Huawei Ascend Mate, they are looking to challenge the established brands. It comes available to Indians through multi-branded retail stores and online channels. With the exceptional low price at Rs 24,900, it is the most affordable flagship smartphone. The recently launched Huawei Ascend Mate boasts a 6.1 inch sized screen and handsome power back-up through USB charging. It charms a whopping4050 mA battery.

Even though the screen is 6.1 inches long, convenience is at its best. The minimized keywords and the dial pad makes it efficient for both left and right handers. The IPS panel encourages an ability to view content at every possible angle. The pretty good images are a wonderful result of excellent ability for color reproduction. The best feature is that the display has been maintained at subordinate levels, so as to protect the screen with a face-down placement. The screen is super sensitive, responds to the slightest of slight pressure too. That means, you can use the phone with the gloves, on. The critics call it as “magic touch”. The responsiveness of the touch is simply great.

The Ascend Mate boosts the latest Emotion User Interface over Android. Additionally, the downloaded applications will be positioned on the one of the five screens of the Ascend Mate. The latest UI sports pre-loaded themes and customization. With the new UI, the looks are visibly different with app store and the launcher. When talked about interaction, the phablet is clean and neat.

Powered by 1.5 GHz quad-core Hi-Silicon K3V2, Huawei Ascend Mate has an ability to deliver. With the powerful processor there are least chances for lag or faltering. Who needs an external memory support, when a 2GB RAM and internal memory of 8GB is already present.

The rear camera for Ascend Mate is of 8MP. Also, a front camera with 1MP specification is also present. There is a great deal of support for various shooting mode like portrait, panorama, etc. In the proper lighting conditions the picture quality of the rear camera is evidently good, whereas in poor lighting a picture may be defined as average.

It has been heard that Huawei has planned to invest approximately 200 crores to make a well-established place in Indian market. 


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