If you love your phones to be super thin, Huawei might have something for you in the form of the Ascend P6. Thanks to @evleaks, press renderings of the device have been leaked and boy it does look like quite a stunner! This is not the first time we’ve heard or seen the device as details of the Ascend P6 and a blurry photo have leaked in the past, but this is probably the clearest shot we have so far. To top it off, it has been reported that Huawei’s own CEO has confirmed the existence of the phone itself according to the folks at TechRadar, although his post on Weibo has since been deleted but not before he revealed that the phone could be announced on the 18th of June in London.
For those who might be hearing about this for the first time, the Ascend P6 is said to be an upcoming device from Huawei running on Android. Alleged specs have given the phone a 4.7” display, a 1.5GHz quad-core chipset with 2GB of RAM, and will run with Android 4.X Jelly Bean with a 5MP rear-facing camera sitting on the back. Pricing and stateside availability have yet to be announced, but if the June 18th event in London is happening, hopefully we will be able to learn more then.
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The other day we reported that a Google Edition version of the HTC One could be released in the future, and this was despite HTC themselves who denied the existence of such a product. Now it seems that rumors of such a device are getting stronger as Russell Holly at Geek seems to believe that such a device could be launched in the near future. Considering that Holly managed to get it right when it came to rumors of a Google Edition Samsung Galaxy S4, there might be a good chance that he could be right again this time round.
According to Holly, the existence of the Google Edition HTC One were tipped to him by several sources that such a device was in the works and would be released with stock Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean calling the shots. Considering that there are probably many Android users out there who might not appreciate having an OEM’s UI on their phone, this could be great news, especially with the HTC One’s beautiful design to top things off. In any case take it with a grain of salt for now, but what do you guys think?
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