Huawei Ascend P2 Appears Again on an Image

Huawei previously showed off the Ascend D2 at CES 2013 with its 5” 1080p display at 441ppi and the company will move forward by showcasing the Ascend P2 at MWC next month. With 4.5” 1080p display, the P2 will deliver even higher pixel density at 489ppi. These recent moves on 1080p category have taken the Android community well above Apple’s Retina Display standard at 326ppi. An image of the P2 is recently released, which further confirm the final design of the smartphone.

Other specs include 1.8GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) OS, 13Mp rear-facing camera and a high-capacity, 3000mAh battery. Instead of the usual Qualcomm’s processor, Huawei is now using in-house processor, which should keep the price manageable. As the name easily suggests, the phone is a direct follow-up to the earlier Ascend P1.

HTC started the 1080p craze with the Butterfly and DROID DNA. It’s also planning to release a new device, the M7, with 4.7” 1080p display, which works out to about 468ppi.