Huawei picks up the pace with their growing collection of Android powered smartphones, and it seems that another handset has leaked from their data pipes. The good people over at @evleaks who seem to be pretty efficient at sniffing down such leads with a pretty high degree of truth and accuracy in the past have done it again, this time around focusing on what is supposed to be the Huawei Ascend G710. Sure, the Ascend G710 will not be a high end device that deserves flagship status, but it ain’t no pushover, either.

Take a look at the hardware specifications and tell us whether it deserves to sit under the Ascend D2 in terms of Huawei’s smartphone hierarchy – the Ascend G710 allegedly comes with a 5-inch display alongside a quad-core 1.5GHz core processor. The display itself will not be Full HD capable, but rather, stops at 720p resolution which should be enough for a mid-range device. On the outside, however, things do look up, as the Ascend G710 does seem to feature a metal back that adds a dash of class, in addition to capacitive navigation buttons as well as CDMA and GSM network compatibility. Now, if only there was an official statement for the Ascend G710 available…

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