The long wait is over and Huawei have finally announced planned release dates for their quad-core Ascend range of Android smartphones.
After numerous delays (this seems to be an on going theme in Chinese phone land) Chinese phone maker Huawei have finally given details for the release of the Ascent Quad D and Ascend XL D phones.
Both of the quad-core phones will be unique to the quad-core war as they will use Huawei’s own 1.5ghz CPU called the K3V2 which according to reports earlier this year is much faster than the Tegra 3 quad core CPU, but we’re not sure how it will compare to the Qualcomm chip in the Xiaomi M2.
The Ascend D Quand and XL will feature 4.5 inch IPS screens, 8 mega-pixel rear cameras, micros SD card readers and 8 GB of built in memory. It seems to only difference between to the two quad-core Huawei phones is that the Ascend D XL will get a much larger 2500mAh battery and a slightly thick design;
While a firm release date is not yet on the cards Huawei have confirmed they aim to launch the two phones before the end of August.