An unannounced Huawei phablet which should come as a successor to the Ascend Mate, called the Ascend Mate 2, has passed the Chinese certification center Tenaa. Naturally, its specs are now revealed to the world, as well as some images portraying the device.
The Huawei Ascend Mate 2 runs on Huawei’s own Kirin910 chipset with a quad-core 1.6GHz processor and Mali-450 GPU. It has 2GB RAM and will be available in two versions: GSM / WCDMA for China Unicom and GSM / CDMA for China Telecom. It display will probebly be 6.1 inches big, but we are not certain about the resolution, as some sources point to the 1080p possibility, while others, including Tenaa, say that the phablet will feature the same 720p screen from last year.
The device should launch this winter, possibly before the holidays.