Boy, is this fast or what – the Huawei Ascend D2 which was revealed at the recently concluded CES last week, has already arrived for sale in China as promised, hitting Sina Weibo’s online store post 5pm local time tomorrow. The Huawei Ascend D2 model on sale will be unlocked and unsubsidized, being a China Telecom (CDMA2000) variant complete with dual SIM capability so that you can go on yakking on two lines without having to tote around an extra handset.
For those who are hankering after the self-proclaimed “most powerful smartphone” and are living outside of China, some patience is in order if you want the WCDMA model to land on your doorsteps. Well, as for those of you living in China and are all right with China Telecom, then the Huawei Ascend D2 will cost you approximately $640 after conversion, bringing quad-core power to the palm of your hands alongside 32GB of internal memory.
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