Asian mobile giants Huawei and LG on Sunday introduced a new generation of super fast smartphones in an attempt to overtake the leaders of the global smartphone market Apple and Samsung.
New Ascend D, developed by the Chinese company Huawei is currently the "world’s fastest smartphone," with a screen size of 4.5 inches and a quad-core K3V2 (1,2 GHz). The mobile device is equipped with a front camera with a resolution of 1.3 megapixels and a principal with a resolution of 8 megapixels. The smartphone can easily replace some tablet computers, as it is much more powerful, faster, and equipped with more modern features.
"We are proud to be able to present for the first time at the Mobile World Congress 2012 is the fastest smartphone in the world" - said Richard Yoo (Richard Yu), one of the company Huawei, on the eve of the biggest industrial fair in Barcelona.
"We have tried to meet the requirements of users who want to see the smartphone as a mobile device with a high-speed long-life battery, high quality imaging and audio capabilities in a compact handset light" - said Yoo.
Creating a new mobile device has become the main impetus for Chinese manufacturers to begin implementation of its brand on the leading smartphone market. Asian mobile giant has decided to compete with all the leaders of the market now, equipping its staff the most modern and competitive properties.
"The emergence of the smartphone has made significant changes in the industry. Five years ago it was hard to imagine the availability of phone use Apple" - said in a statement the head of marketing Huawei, Shao Yang (Shao Yang) news agency AFP.
"Two years ago, Samsung phones are not so successful as it is today. Gradually, however, with the development of a series of Galaxy were able to meet the demands of consumers," - he said.
Smartphones Ascend D should be on sale in April of this year.
Smartphone sales worldwide increased by 53.5 per cent in 2011, as reported by employees of the research agency Informa Telecoms & Media, a leader in research and development of marketing solutions for companies operating in the telecommunications markets. It is estimated that over a billion people will become owners of smartphones by 2013.