Huawei is taking the steps of Apple and Samsung – to develop an ARM-based processors of its own to energy its leading device – the Ascend D Quad XL.
The K3V2 is a quad-core chip, and Huawei made some record-breaking statements about its performance. That was way back in time at the MWC expo in the springtime, though, and quite a lot has shifted since then. How does the Huawei Ascend D Quad XL pack up against the present leading competitors out there? Study on our evaluation to find out…
The housing of Huawei Ascend D Quad XL does not consist of top quality or unique components, an all-around nasty develop. The device is much wider in comparison to some other Android powered flagships, and the weight is above frequent, too. The phone seems big and hefty in your arms, but is quite relaxed to keep due to the soapy form, curved factors and the good designed back cover that allows you to keep it stronger. There is an alert mild whose LED gets lighted in different shades for missed phone calls and information.
The screen is with a diagonal of 4.5″ and resolution of 720×1280 pixels which is very good in terms of tech specs compared to the current phones on the market. The screen colors are vivid, plus the comparison and watching perspectives are in line with what the best IPS LCD mobile displays are capable to provide. When we add the very great 326 ppi pixel density, there is nothing to grumble about, except lighting in sunshine, which doesn’t provide anything above frequent.