Huawei set to launch a mini version of the P2 at the MWC, to have a 4-inch 720p display: Report
Following the leaked images of the Ascend P2 which Huawei plans to launch at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, a report by MyDrivers.com states that the Chinese company is also set to launch a mini version of the P2 along with its big brother at the event. The mini version will come with a 4-inch 720p display instead of 4.7-inch 1080p display found in the Ascend P2.
Besides the screen size not much is known in terms of specifications, but the report does indicate that the mini handset will most likely be running on Android Jelly Bean and is set to have an 8-megapixel camera. In terms of RAM and processor, though nothing is officially mentioned, it is expected to at least have 1GB RAM and a dual-core processor.
The report also goes on to reveal details about the Ascend P2. Expected to come with a very thin bezel and an 8.5mm thick body, the P2 will run on Android 4.1, boast of a 4.7-inch display, 13-megapixel rear camera and will be powered by a 1.8GHz quad-core processor developed by Huawei and a 1GB/2GB RAM available in two versions. On launch the phone will reportedly be sold with a variety of back cover color options.