Huawei Ascend P6
smartphone, launched earlier this year was praised by the consumers worldwide because of its very thin design. The overall looking and the internal features of the phone were really good comparing to the price tag it was being offered at. However, the phone was criticized because of its hardware part which wasn’t impressive enough and it was reported to deliver more heat than the actual processing power the users were looking for. But, now it looks like the Chinese smartphone maker has decided to launch an upgraded version of the device dubbed as Huawei Ascend P6S
with an octa-core chipset.
Note- It is Huawei Ascend P6
Company’s president Xu Xin Quan has confirmed the news on his Weibo account. The phone will be actually powered by company’s own K3V2 processor built on eight cores.
He revealed that the eight-core chipset on the phone will feature integrated 3G network support which will be optimized to provide extended battery life. However, he didn’t shed much light on the internals of the phone beside the presence of a powerful processor.
To inform you, K3V2 processor built on eight cores will be the first incredibly powerful beast chipset from Huawei. Samsung and MediaTek are already offering octa-core chipsets but the K3V2 from Huawei will be a lot different. It means that all the cores in the chipset will be able to operate simultaneously, unlike the current Samsung Exynos octa-core processor which only allows up to 4 cores to work at a time.
No details on the release and availability date are shared about the upcoming phone from the company at the moment, but it is expected to release before the end of 2013.