Huawei is making the most of its newly launched smartphones and aims to continue releasing new phones without any big pause. Recently, the alleged Huawei Ascend D3 has been shown up on the internet.
It looks quite similar to HTC’s One Max. The only thing that makes it look different is the Huawei logo at the back side. Analysts are pretty sure that the leaked photo depicts the forthcoming Huawei Ascend D3 smart phone.
Things expose that the HTC One Max has really inspired the Huawei executives as they looked into the same design pattern in order to turn up their imminent mobile device. We cannot say that both the handsets look perfectly alike, but there are a few differences making them look distinct from each other.
It is also in the rumor mill that Huawei is planning to work on its own home-brewed chipset. There is no info available on the make or genre of the chipset. However, there could be a possibility that it turns out to be the Huawei Kirin 920 chipset that was unveiled about a month ago. It uses four Cortext-A7 and four Cortex-A7 cores, capable to work at the same time in order to produce better results.
In regards to the display, the HTC’s One Max features 5.9 inches Full HD touchscreen and presume that the Huawei Ascend 3D might be coming with the same display characteristics.
As you can see there’s a hole right below the camera which hints towards the fingerprint sensor. Therefore, Huawei must be following Samsung’s unlock security pattern in their looming device.