Huawei launches Ascend P7, its ultraslim phone to get better selfies


The Chinese company Huawei (third world manufacturer of smartphones) returns to bet on an ultra-thin design that has in its line of mobile phones at present in France Ascend P7, which keeps the look of this line with its 6.5 mm thick.

Huawei Ascend P7

Presented in Paris, Ascend P7, will be released in May in the markets of Europe, Middle East and Asia with estimated price $625, but does not have an arrival date for Latin America.

It is available in three colors, black, white and pink, and has a 5-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels (Full HD) and a density of 445 pixels per inch.

However, the striking of Ascend P7 focuses on its front camera, which aims to be used beyond video calling: 8 megapixels, wide angle lens and a panoramic mode, Huawei assures that smartphone is able to take autophotos in which it is possible to re-treat more persons at the same time. In fact, executives redefined this extended practice particular to group autophotos as groufie.

The rear camera is 13 MP, and uses a Sony sensor, the same as is present in the models of the iPhone and the Japanese company. As extra feature, the phone allows a wireless trigger for the camera that connects to phone via Bluetooth.

Inside, the Ascend P7 has a 1.8GHz Hisilicon Kirin 910T quad-core processor (developed by Huawei), 3G and 4G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. It has 2 GB RAM and 16 GB storage capacity, which can be expanded to 64 GB using an expansion slot for microSD memory cards.

It has support for two nano SIM cards (secondary uses the same microSD card slot) and has a dual antenna system, the company says, allows better reception quality of the mobile signal is optimized to reduce consumption of the battery, which is 2500 mAh (not removable).

The new mobile phone Huawei emblem uses Android version 4.4.2, known under the name of KitKat, and possesses Emotion UI, the custom interface that the company has for its line of Ascend phones.

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