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As was revealed at last week's CES unveiling in Las Vegas, the Huawei Ascend D2 is ready to go on sale in China. The China Mobile version of the 5-inch, 1080p-screened smartphone went on sale today for 3,990 yuan ($642) direct from Huawei's Vmall.com outlet, which is giving away a free 5200mAh external battery with each device.

A word of warning to importers, though -- this is the dual-SIM CDMA (yes, CDMA with a SIM) version, so if you want to use it overseas you'll need to hold out for an unlocked GSM version.

The Ascend D2 replaces last year's Ascend D Quad series, and packs a 1.4GHz dual-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a new stainless steel-based chassis that Huawei touted at great length at CES. What's more, it's water-resistant too, as Huawei boss Richard Yu demonstrated by pouring a jug of water over the thing at last week's presser. On the software side, you're dealing with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, skinned with Huawei's MIUI-like Emotion UI.

For more on the Ascend D2, be sure to check out our hands-on coverage, and video, from CES 2013.

Source: Vmall; via: Engadget

 
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Gearu says:

Lol. Still can't get the D1 Quad from MobiCity (the au site, not the same-named, unrelated american one), amazed to find this is already out, and will probably beat the D1 to market/availability. This is probably using most of the same guts as the D1 (processor wise), just with a fistful of bolt-on upgrades.

For those interested, according to another reputable site, this phone has 13 mpx cam on the back, 3000mah battery, no card slot.