Chinese company Huawei has just entered the high-end Android smartphone market, but the handset maker doesn’t want to neglect the mid-range category.
With Ascend G300
and Y200 already available on the market, Huawei is now focusing on bringing its powerful Ascend D quad smartphones on shelves.
However, until these quad-core phones go on sale, we have another mid-range Android smartphone leaked in the wild, the Huawei Ascend G 302D.
This is a pretty long and unimaginative codename, but the phone will certainly receive another name before going on sale.
Huawei Ascend G 302D has been recently spotted at FCC
(Federal Communications Commission) by the folks over at Engadget
Unfortunately, there are only a few details on the phone’s specs sheet, so we will have to keep an eye out for any additional info that might leak in the future.
We do know however, that the Ascend G 302D has been approved with support for AT&T radios, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Furthermore, the smartphone might come with a 4.0-inch capacitive touchscreen display, though we do not expect it to support more than 480 x 800 pixels resolution.
According to the manual of the phone, Huawei Ascend G 302D
will have two different capacity batteries, a 1350 mAh and 1500 mAh.
Unfortunately, we’re not sure if both will be shipped with the phone or Huawei plans to launch different versions of the smartphone via multiple carriers in North America. There’s also a main camera on the back, but we have no info on the number of megapixels for the moment.
Huawei Ascend G 302D features three touch sensitive keys, which might be an indication that the smartphone will be delivered with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box. So far, that’s about everything we have on the Ascend G 302D, so stay tuned for more updates on the subject.