Huawei Ascend D quad hands on

We take an early look at the manufacturer’s first quad core handset

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27 thoughts on “Huawei Ascend D quad hands on

  1. They may actually have found the secret to having a phone that could be more popular than a Samsung Galaxy. That would be Vanilla Android. Samsung is popular, but NOT because of Touch Wiz. They put so much work into a skin that most people cover up on the first download or they root it out. They just don't get that it sucks. Just using what given to you for free, no research for gimmicky enhancements. Make more profit as well. They may just become the most popular handsets by keeping natural.

  2. Nice… but i still think the One X is better, but hey thats my opinion. I like that Huawei is using stock android. I just wish all the android manufactuers would everything and just thnk more on One phone and not go crazy with like six phones that have their advantages and disadvantages. But just dont turn into Apple that only make their devices a little better each year and call it "revolutionary."

  3. ..their will always be a new product coming out every year…but 1 thing is for sure Samsung Galaxy NOTE with S Pen beats it all…now Samsung release ur quad core…and put in larger RAM and Battery life…UI? not important people will always prefer rooting it anyway…OS i think gingerbread still much better..

  4. @what77777 Go to 0:10 , see how when he swipes his finger, the screen drags about 1 cm behind, that is lag.
    Sure, it is very smooth, but that 1 cm shows how they weren't able to correctly adapt ICS to their software. They can cut it down to more than half of what it is right now if they work on it.

  5. @what77777 I am trying to fool no one, just see the touch lag here, and then look at a random video of a normal GS 2, and see for yourself.
    I am not saying that my GS 2 will beat it in gaming (certainly not), but if there is one feature I value the most in Smartphones, it is the touchscreen lag.
    But hey, that's just me.

  6. Now, I don't know why, but the screen isn't snappy enough considering it has the fastest processor available in the market.

    It is just about as snappy as my GS II, even a little less.

    And having it play Riptide GP isn't a real test for smartphones seeing it plays perfectly on dual core smartphones.

    Benchmark tests are made to test your device, and compare it to others, so use Benchmark tests!

  7. My sgs2 loaded this game faster hahahahhahhha yeah really, as this is a test isn't it?, how about using the two phones using onlive gaming app see how good the internet based gaming compares from sgs2 to quad d think the quad d would have the sgs2 on its back legs

  8. I think i need to see riptide on a standard phone … as it keeps getting demo'd on the Tegra powered devices to show off its ability… but i have no reference to what it looks like normally.

  9. @LeClassics According to Moore's law the size of processors halves every 20 months. That means about every 20 months we'll get double the cores and with that a 50-80% performance increase. Tech can't slow down because you the customers are pushing them to rush and get the best thing done. That is what we call free enterprise economy.

  10. Woooow … QuadCore on Mobile rules!

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  11. I agree with LeClassics. I wanted to buy a Galaxy nexus, but now they're coming with 9837498456743895653479583496948375694508764596745986754897695476945 new phones and I can't f*cking make up my mind!

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