Huawei’s flagship Ascend D2 Android handset was one of the smartphones that Japanese wireless carrier NTT DOCOMO officially unveiled on Tuesday as set to land on its shelves in the not too distant future.
Called Ascend D2 HW-03E, the device will hit shelves at the carrier in early April with a 4.7-inch HD screen, a quad-core 1.5GHz processor inside, 2GB of RAM, and Google’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean platform loaded on top.
The smartphone also sports a 2,150mAh battery inside, NFC capabilities, it can connect to the carrier’s Xi LTE service, and features Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities, with support for up to 8 devices.
Ascend D2 HW-03E also comes with a 13.1-megapixel photo snapper on the back, as well as with a 1MP camera on the front for making video calls, while being both dust and waterproof. It can be seen on this page on NTT DOCOMO's website.