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Huawei Ascend P7 leaks show off beefed-up specs

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Huawei Ascend P7 is probably one of the worst kept secrets in the industry. It has leaked numerous times before in lots of live pictures, renders, certification authorities, benchmarks. Yesterday the famous @evleaks tipster also confirmed its specs, but with a twist. He says the Ascend P7 will indeed come with a 5″ 1080p display, 13MP/5MP camera combo, 16GB expandable storage and will look much like its predecessor.

Information on Huawei’s next flagship phone, currently known as the Ascend P7, has been leaked. The news comes from the @evleaks Twitter account, and provides an almost complete specification list. The smartphone is expected to replace the Ascend P6 and its subtly updated sister device, the Ascend P6S, as the company’s 2014 flagship Android phone. The most notable spec change is to the screen, which should be enlarged to 5-inches, and the resolution raised to 1080p. This is up from 4.7-inches and 720p on the older model. The processor should also be upgraded. The leak mentions a quad-core, 1.8GHz chip called the 910T Kirin. This is a processor of Huawei’s own design, and has recently been seen in the MediaPad X1 tablet. It’s likely to be accompanied by 2GB of RAM.

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