Here is yet another smartphone to have arrived on the FCC’s doorsteps – the Huawei Ascend G 302D. The “G” here signifies “Gold”, and it is rather strange to have something denoted as a premium precious metal being relegated to the budget range of smartphones. Ah well, I guess it is not too big of an issue to grapple with after all, as there are far more baffling things on earth to figure out. Just what else have we managed to uncover about the Huawei Ascend G 302D by the FCC? For starters, this will most probably be a 4″ device, and it should more or less run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, considering how the capacitive keys do seem to point in that particular direction.
The manual for the Huawei Ascend G 302D is also thrown into the mix, where it does detail some bit of Radio Frequency testing, showing off two different capacity batteries – 1,350mAh and 1,500mAh, which will be able to support Bluetooth, Wi-Fi b/g/n and AT&T-compatible radios. What do you think of such a smartphone?
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