Official press shots have surfaced online which showcase the forthcoming Ascend D1 Q from Huawei.
The images come via GSMArena and reveal what looks to be a high-end smartphone with a sleek form factor and attention to detail in component design. The display appears to be 4.3-inches or larger and the red on black design is reminiscent of the HTC Sensation XE, although the shape of the device points more towards the iPhone 4/Samsung Galaxy school of design.
The Ascend D1 Q is anticipated to be the first device of Huawei’s flagship Diamond range of handsets. Running Android 4.0 out of the box and widely expected to be powered by the Nvidia-produced quad-core Tegra 3 processor, the unit is set to propel the Chinese manufacturer into the very top-end of the smartphone market.
It is being speculated that Huawei are looking to launch at least two Diamond handsets at MWC next week, however, only details of the Ascend D1 Q have surfaced so far. Additionally, a 10-inch version of the MediaPad is anticipated alongside hardware and software upgrades to match the device’s larger display.