Huawei Chairman shows off 6.1″ Ascend Mate ahead of CES

At a Huawei store in Guangzhou, China, Richard Yu Huawei Chairman of devices showed off the Ascend Mate – a 6.1″ quad-core Android smartphone with a 1080p resolution.

The device is said to be powered by a quad-core K3V3 chip clocked at 1.8 GHz, and offer a 4000 mAh battery, 9.9 mm frame and a screen with the impressive 361 ppi density. Richard Yu shared that the display is of the LTPS type, meaning low temperature polysilicon.

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As we can see it is bigger than the Note 2

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Prior to Richard Yu’s demonstration of the Ascend Mate he had confirmed the company is working on such a device.

The Ascend Mate should make an appearance at CES, alongside the 5″ Ascend D2, and should cost around $480 (¥3000).

It remains to be seen what version of Android the Ascend Mate will be running but Jelly Bean is a safe bet.

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