Breaking: Huawei to launch sub 6.45mm P series Android phone at MWC plus 8-core chips on the way!


Huawei’s Richard Yu, has gone on the record to say that Huawei will have an all new P Series phone to launch at MWC next month, and it will be the world’s thinnest!

Chinese smartphone makers have outdone one another for the past year launching super-thin Android phones. First we had the Oppo Finder 3 at 6.65mm, then the Vivo X1 at 6.55mm and now the TCL S850/Alcatel phone at just 6.45mm, but Huawei are aiming for thinner!

In an interview with Engadget, Richard Yu announced that Huawei will have a new thin phone to launch as a successor to the current P series range of phones. When asked if the phone would be thinner than Alcatel/TCL’s 6.45mm phone Yu simply replied “Yes”!

As well as the new P series phone, he also went on to say that Huawei are also working on a new 8-core CPU which will launch in the second half of this year. This octa-core chip is likely going the processor which will power the new Huawei Ascend D3 and possible Huawei Ascend Mate 2!

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