Not so long after announce the arrival of new Emotion UI, Huawei Ascend P1 gets it’s official announcement by China Unicom. The China’s biggest carrier explained that this phone is support for HSPA+ connectivity and packed with same hardware specs, just like it’s International edition.
So, if you’re currently live in China or just curious for how much the China Unicom is currently ask for Ascend P1 S, 2,799 Yuan is your answer. Based on today’s exchange rate that i’ve recently check, it should be equal to $441 or 350 euros. As i’ve mention earlier, Ascend P1 S is also the first phone from the company that run on the brand new Emotion UI.
Since it is released for local China market, Ascend P1 S will support for China language, characters, and dialects as well. It is said that the phone is able to recognize the Mandarin, Shaanxi, Cantonese, Sichuan, and other. I’m not sure if this feature will be enabled on the International version, but there should be lot of customers at China Town that will be happy to hear Chinese voice come out from their handset.
Anyway, Ascend P1 S’ specs is quite pleasing in the eye. It is packed with 4.3″ touch screen with qHD resolution and currently powered by TI OMAP 4460 CPU that clocked at 1.5GHz. Other notable technical details include a gigabyte of RAM, 8.0 MP rear shutter, 1.0MP web camera, 4GB internal data storage, microSD card slot, and 1,670mAh battery unit.
Sounds promising and that’s why i can’t wait to purchase one of these to play around at my office. What about you? would you like to pick this one over HTC One S or Galaxy S Advance?tags: Ascend P1 S, China, Huawei, price, release, Unicom