Huawei Ascend G312 picks up FCC approval Looks like the Huawei Ascend P1 is not the only device from the China-based company to have arrived at the FCC – the Huawei Ascend G312 QWERTY too, has made its way to the hallowed halls of the FCC in order to gain a collective nod of approval before the necessary preparations are made to release the smartphone onto the masses in the US market. Of course, the name Huawei Ascend G312 QWERTY does not sound too appealing at all to the man on the street, which is why a simple exercise of changing its designation to that of the T-Mobile myTouch Q would go a long way in ensuring that it will have its fair share of fans when made available. Expect the T-Mobile myTouch Q to carry quadband GSM/EDGE and 850/AWS/1900/2100 HSPA+ support, in addition to a 4″ WVGA display, a 1.4GHz MSM8255T processor, 1GB RAM and 4GB of internal memory which can be further augmented using a microSD memory card slot.

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